Category:Hurricane (ship, 1851)

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English: Hurricane was an extreme clipper ship built in 1851 by Isaac C. Smith, Hoboken, New Jersey for C.W. & H. Thomas, New York. Sold early 1860 in Singapore and was registered as a British vessel. Her new name was Shaw-Allum of Singapore. 1876, appears in the registers for the last time.
Dimensions: length × beam × depth = 215 × 40 × 22 ft (65.5 × 12.2 × 6.7 m) and tonnage 1608 tons [OM]. The dead-rise at half-breadth was 41 inches. Equipped with Cunningham's roller-reefing topsails and a moon-sail on the main mast. The name of the ship was painted across the lower part of the fore-topsail. A gilded eagle carrying a ribbon with the ship's name decorated her stern.[1]

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