Category:Daylight (ship, 1902)

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English: Daylight was a four-masted steel barque built in 1902 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow for Anglo-American Oil Co., London. Dimensions 107,10×14,95×8,58 meters [351'5"×49'1"×28'2"] and tonnage 3756 GRT, 3599 NRT and 3651 tons under deck. Rigged with royal sails above double top and topgallant sails. Together with her near sister-ship Brilliant the largest four-masted barques ever built. She had two decks and was equipped with a donkey engine and two steam winches. 1906 scuttled and sunk that ship in the harbour of Yokkaichi, Japan to extinguish a fire onboard. In the following years the ship had many different owners. 1941 sold to Murray Simonsen, Brazil and rerigged as an auxiliary powered, Twin Diesel, four masted barquentine. 1954 broken up.[1][2]

Names:

  • Daylight (1902-1942)
  • Tangara (1942-1954)

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