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Name Official number Flag IMO
COQUETTE  47564  GBR   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1863  1863   
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo   Iron Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
Henderson, Coulborn & Co., Renfrew Slip Dock   
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
546 grt / 391 nrt / 218.5 ft  25.2 ft  12.5 ft  10 ft 
Engine builder Henderson, Coulborn & Co., Renfrew
Engine detail
twin 2cyl, 150nhp 13½kn, 2-screw 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Melchor George Klingender, Liverpool   Liverpool  13/10/1863 
Other names
1868 MARYLAND - 1873? CONCEPCION 
Subsequent owner and registration history
11/1863 George Tory Bourne, Bermuda - reg Hamilton
11/1865 Richard Squire, ?? - reg Nassau (ON 51864 allocated in error)
12/1865 L R Smoot, Baltimore MD - reg Baltimore
1868 A G Ulmann and/or J Reeden, Baltimore 
Vessel history
US Civil War blockade runner; beneficially owned by the Confederate Navy
12/10/1863 arrived Liverpool from the Clyde
13/12/1863 engine cylinder blew on first trip Bermuda-Wilmington and returned to Hamilton. 3/3/1864 commenced first successful run (carrying two marine engines)
3/1864-2/1865 made 13 successful runs and returned most cotton for UK.
7/1864 beneficial owner Joseph R Anderson, Benjamin F Ficklin and others, Richmond VA
11/1865 496grt 390nrt
12/1865 reported seized by captain at Havana and sold at Baltimore MD
1867 532grt, 12ft draft 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
    
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