in Belfast by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for T.H. Ismay in 1901, she grossed
20,904 tons and measured 207.49 x 22.93 x 13.43 metres.
was powered by twin screw, 8 cylinder quadruple-expansion engines which generated
- Bound New York for
Liverpool she was washed broadside onto the rocks during a gale after striking
- Cargo was Ford
machinery, passengers and refrigerated cargo.
lot was salvaged from her, and when ready to re-float when a gale smashed her
on the rocks.
- Ship's Bell is
in Helm Hotel, Crosshaven.
by Captain G. Berry.