HERZOGIN CECILIE. 1902

Built in Germany and used partly for training purposes, this four-masted barque passed later to Finnish owners. Under the latter flag she has proved herself to be one of the fastest and most successful survivors of the age of sail. During recent years she has always given a good account of herself in the races of the Grain Fleet from Australia to Europe. Her tonnage ...
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HERZOGIN CECILIE. 1902
Built in Germany and used partly for training purposes, this four-masted barque passed later to Finnish owners. Under the latter flag she has proved herself to be one of the fastest and most successful survivors of the age of sail. During recent years she has always given a good account of herself in the races of the "Grain Fleet" from Australia to Europe. Her tonnage is 3,111.

From Sailing Ships Through the Ages - drawings by F.B. Harnack. Published 1933. Page 52.


Photo: Mersea Museum - Fid Harnack Collection
Image ID FID_001_101
Category 1 Art-->Fid Harnack
Category 2 Ships and Boats-->Merchant -->Sailing


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