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Collingwood

(Akties Collingwood)
(Zernichow & O. Gotaas)

Arrived at Belfast ( Musgrave Channel) 16 October 1908 from Bangkok via the Azores carrying a cargo of teak wood logs which in a finished state, were used in the construction and fittings of Olympic and Titanic.

Port of Registry: Christiania
Flag of Registry: Norwegian
Signal letters: H J W P
3-masted bark, raised quarterdeck (60 t.), iron hull houses on deck (11 t.)
2 decks forecastle (6 t.)
Tonnages- Gross 1,035; underdeck 956; net: 957
Dimensions- Length: 211.0 ft. Width: 34.8 ft. Depth: 20.9 ft

1872- Built by W. Hood & Co., Aberdeen (Yard No. 957)


© 2004 John P. Eaton all rights reserved.
This item first appeared in Voyage, Journal of the Titanic International Society.

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Collingwood

Acknowledgements

Shelley Dziedzic

Citation

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