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Name Official number Flag IMO
HAWAIIAN ISLES    HWI   
Year built Date launched Date completed
1892  03/02/1892   
Vessel type Vessel description
Cargo General  Steel Sailing Vessel 4 Masted Barque
Builder Yard Yard no
Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow   184 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
2345 grt / 1905 nrt / 270.0 ft  43.1 ft  23.6 ft   
Engine builder ,
Engine detail
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1945 re-engined by Fairbanks, Morse & Co, Beloit WI
twin M6cyl 14"x17" 1300bhp, 2-screw, machinery aft 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Hawaiian Construction Co. of San Francisco, Honolulu -mng A Nelson & Co, San Francisco  Honolulu   
Other names
1909 STAR OF GREENLAND - 1930 ABRAHAM RYDBERG - 1943 FOZ DO DOURO  
Subsequent owner and registration history
1894 A Welch, Honolulu
1898 reg Honolulu (USA flag)
1900 Welch & Co., Honolulu
1902 Hawaiian Construction Co. - mng Welch & Co, San Francisco
1906 Matson Navigation Company, San Francisco.
1909 Alaska Packers Association, San Francisco
1930 Rederi A/B Sunnan - mng P G Thulin (Stiftelsen Abraham Rydberg), Stockholm
1943 Julio Ribeiro Campos, Oporto
1952 Sociedade Industrial Ultramarina, Lisbon - reg Bissau?
1954 Silva & Dias, Lisbon
1956 Société Anonyme Bonita, Tangiers 
Vessel history
Built for Hawaiian sugar trade to mainland US ports
1926 laid up at Alameda CA
1930 used as a cargo and training ship, usually in Australian wheat trade to Europe. 2179grt 1944nrt
10/5/1936, collided with British steamer KORANTON (6695grt/1920) 45 miles south of Eddystone Light; damage to the hull and lost a mast. She was taken to Blyth for repairs
1942 laid up at Baltimore, USA due to the war
1945 converted to auxiliary barquentine at Kensington Shipyard & Dockyard Corp, Philadelphia: 2323grt 1984nrt 
Remarks
 
End year Fate / Status
1957  Broken Up 07/01/1957 
Disposal Detail
7/1/1957 arrived at La Spezia for demolition 
 

 



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