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English: Dundonald was a four-masted steel barque built in 1891 by Workman, Clark & Co., Blelfast for T. Dixon & Sons, Belfast. Dimensions: 86,61×12,80×7,41 [284'2"×42'0"×24'4] and tonnage: 2205 GRT and 2115 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails. 1896 On voyage from San Francisco to Hull with a cargo of wheat, the Dundonald collided with and sank the Red Cross Line's combined cargo/passenger steamer Santarense west of the Cape Verde Islands at 15° N, 33° W. The crew and passengers were picked up by the Dundonald before the steamer sank. 1900 sold to Kerr, Newton & Co., Glasgow. 1907 stranded at Disappointment Island, Auckland Islands. Of the 28 people onboard, 16 were able to get ashore.