Category:Aldebaran (ship, 1869)
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English: The Aldebaran was a three-masted iron barque built in 1869 with the name Concordia by Oswald & Co., Sunderland, as Yard No. 64 for French owners. Her dimensions were Length: 150.9 ft (46 m). Width: 27.2 ft (8.3 m). Depth: 15.8 ft (4.8 m). and 463 NRT. Sold 1890 to J.N. Rodbertus, Barth (Germany) and 1897 sold to John M. Eklund, Åbo and was renamed Aldebaran. 1999 sold to owners in Sydney, Australia. 1912 hulked in Sydney. 1920 Is said to have been sold to owners in Hobart, Tasmaina to be used as a coal hulk and was registered at Bart, Germany.
- Concordia (1869 – 1897) see Category:Concordia (ship, 1869)
- Aldebaran (1897 – 1920?)
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