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Category:Imperator Aleksander II (ship, 1885)

English: The Imperator Aleksander II was an Finish iron full-rigged ship. She was built in 1885 as Grassendale by R. Williamson & Son, Workington for R.W. Leyland & Co., Liverpool. In 1906 she was sold through Clarkson & Co. to Gabriel Granlund Jr, Rauma, Finland and was renamed Imperator Aleksander II.. Imperator Aleksander II. then has many Scandinavian owners and was 1918 renamed Ernst (by a Swedish owner). 1920 she struck a mine at Hertha's Flak in position 57°45,5' N and 11°5' E and sank at a depth of 45 meters with everybody on board.
The dimension of the Imperator Aleksander II were: length x beam x depth: 267 × 39.1 × 23.5 ft (81.4 × 11.9 × 7.2 m) and she had a tonnage of 1860 GRT, 1819 NRT and 1727 tons under deck (in 1918: 1849 GRT, 1766 NRT and 2800 DWT). Rigged with royals over single topgallant and double top-sails.[1][2]

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