Category:Llanquihue (ship, 1876)

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English: Llanquihue was a iron barque built in 1876 with her originally name Cambrian Monarch by Williams and Roberts, Southampton for Liverpool owners. 1895 sold to William Thomas and Co, Liverpool. 1907 sold to Oelikers Brothers, Valparaiso (Chile) and renamed Llanquihue. 1919 sold to Spanish owners and renamed Pelayo. 1921 sold to Buenas Aires owners. 1925 broken up at Port San Juan, Spain. Her dimensions were length × beam × depth: 216.5 × 37 × 23 ft (66 × 11.3 × 7 m) and she had a tonnage of 1306 NRT.[1].