Coringa
1891-1905 General cargo

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Buildingyard: William Denny & Brothers, Dumbarton

Built year: 1866

Yard no: 122

 

Tonnage: GRT: 2120/ NET: 1366/ TDW: 3000

Dims: LOA: 318,4/ BR: 38,4/ DR: 26,

Machinery 1867-75: 3-cyl inv directact steamengine by Denny & Co

Machinery 1875-91: 2-cyl comp steamengine by Denny & Co

Machinery 1891-95: 4-cyl quadep steamengine by Fleming & Ferguson

Machinery 1895-05: 3-cyl tripleexp steamengine North Eastern Marine Eng

IHP 1867: 2255/ IHP 1875: ----/ IHP 1891: 995 / IHP 1895: 1100

Speed: 10,0 knots

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00.00.1866: Keel laid as yardno 122 for shipyards own account.

05.11.1866: purchased on stock by Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co., London

21.03.1867: Launched as BANGALORE

21.02.1868: Completed

00.00.1875: Re-engined

00.00.1886: Sold to Hadji Cassum Joosub., Bombay/ India

00.00.1889: Sold to Baladina & CO., Bombay/ India

00.00.1890: Sold to Macbeth & Gray., Glasgow

00.00.1891: Purchased by WW. Renamed CORINGA. Re-engined

00.00.1895: Re-engined again

18.03.1905: Abandoned by her crew. Foundered near Azores on passage from Cadiz to Halifax, N.S.