Category:Fortuna (ship, 1875)
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English: The Fortuna was an iron barque, built in 1875 by R. & H. Green, Blackwall, London, at a cost of £ 46.500. The ship was built under the name Melbourne as fullrigged ship. Dimensions: ca. 269'8"×40'1"×23'7" and tonnage: 1965 GRT, 1857 NRT and 1852 tons under deck. She was equipped with two decks and had a forecastle of 42 feet and a poop of 69 feet. 1904 sold to J. Bryde, Sandefjord, Norway, for £ 4500 and was renamed Fortuna. 1909 sold to Wallarah Coal Co. (Lund), Sydney, to be used as a coal hulk. 1953 broken up in Sydney.