Category:Wavertree (ship, 1885)

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: Fully rigged ship
  • Design by:
  • Order date:
  • Built by: Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton United Kingdom
  • Yard No:
  • Keel laid:
  • Launch date:
  • Date of completion: 1885
  • Length over all: 279 feet
  • Length on deck: 263 feet
  • Beam: 40.2 feet
  • Draught: 26.9 feet
  • Depth: 24.4 ft.
  • GRT: 2170
  • DWT:
  • NET: 2118
  • Main engine:
  • Speed: kn
  • Crew: 3 officers, 21 men
  • Sail Area: 31,495 sq. ft.

History[edit]

  • 1885 Named: SOUTHGATE
  • 20.07.1888 Sold to R. W. Leyland & Co. Renamed: WAVERTREE
  • On her final sailing voyage, attempting to round Cape Horn during a storm, she was damaged severely, and disabled, little more than a hulk, she limped into Port Stanley on the Falkland Islands. Sold "as is" for £2850.
  • Renamed: DON ARIANO N Towed to Punta Arenas and spent the next 36 years in the Magellan Strait being used for wool-storage.
  • 01.1948 Towed to Buenos Aires Converted into a sand barge
  • 1968 Sold to South Street Seaport Museum Renamed: WAVERTREE

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