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Built in 1898 by D. and W. Henderson and Co and began life as a Racing Schooner. She was turned into a Trading Schooner by J. I. Thornycroft for use in the Pacific, to the order of Mr. Clunis Ross, the King of the Cocos Islands.
A Composite Built Schooner 132.7ft in overall length, 23.9ft beam, 14.1ft deep.