Category:Edenballymore (ship, 1890)

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English: Edenballymore was an steel full-rigged ship, built by Russell & Co Port Glasgow (yard No 224) for Thomson Dickie and Co.Glasgow (Edenballymore Ship Co). 1901 (or 1900) she sold to the Edenmore Ship Co. (Lang & Fulton), Greenock, and was renamed Edenmore. She stranded in 1909 at Papa Stronsay, Orkney Islands, and became a total loss. All off the 25 crewmembers was saved and part of her cargo was salvaged later, but on December 5th a gale completely destroyed her. Some sources say she was also looted by the locals.
Dimensions: length × beam × depth = 260 × 38 × 23 ft (79.2 × 11.6 × 7 m) and tonnage: 1726 GRT and 1642 NRT.[1][2][3]


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