Category:James Kerr (ship, 1892)

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English: The James Kerr was a steel four-masted barque built 1892 by T. Royden & Sons, Liverpool for E.R. Peel & G. McAllester & Sons, Liverpool. 1910 she sold to Knöhr & Burchard, Hamburg, and was renamed Isebek. 1914 interned in Valparaiso during the war and handed 1920 over to the victorious powers as war damage compensation. Sold 1923 to Soffia Gonzalez & Co., Valparaiso and renamed Maria. She stranded and wrecked by fire in January 1926 at Chanaral Island, Chile.
Dimensions: length: 293.8 ft (89.5 m); width: 41.2 ft (12.5 m); depth: 24.4 ft (743.7 cm)
dimensions QS:P2043,293.8U3710
dimensions QS:P2049,41.2U3710
dimensions QS:P5524,24.4U3710
, tonnage: 2420 GRT and 2281 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails.[1][2][3]


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