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Category:Dharwar (ship, 1864)

English: The Dharwar was an iron full-rigged ship built in 1864 by Harland & Wolf, Belfast as Yard No. 30 for for the Indian Iron Ship Company, Bombay. 1868 sold to John Willis & Sons, London. 1895 June 16 saved crew from the ship Prince Oscar which had been sailed over by an unknown four-masted ship and sunk 500 miles off the Brazlian coast[1]. 1898 sold to John Erik Hagström and Johan Henrik Lundvall, Oskarshamn and 1900 to Rederi AB Dharwar (Ivar Elfversson) (Sweden). 1903 November stranded at North Beach on North American east coast and was refloated. 1906 sold to Nya Rederi AB Dharwar. 1909 sold to Genoa owners to be broken up.
Her dimensions were length × beam × depth = 226.2 × 37.2 × 23.3 ft (68.9 × 11.3 × 7.1 m), she had a tonnage of 1456 GRT, 1300 NRT, and 1214 tons under deck. Rigged with royals and single topgallant sails over double topsails.[2]

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