Category:Loch Torridon (ship, 1881)

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English: Loch Torridon was a four-masted steel ship built in 1881 by Barclay Curle & Company Glasgow (Yard No 303) Aitken & Lilburn, Glasgow. 1892 altered to a barque rig. 1912 the barque was sold to Finland. 27 December 1914 lost all of her rigging and was severely damaged in a hurricane in the North Atlantic. 24 January 1915 the crew were rescued by the PSNC steamer Orduna and Loch Torridon was abandoned.
Her dimensions were : 287.4 × 42.6 × 24 ft (87.6 × 13 × 7.3 m) and she had a tonnage of 2081 GRT, 2000 NRT.[1]