- Type: Five-masted barque carrying royals over double topgallant sails
- Material: Decks wood, rest steel
- Dimensions: 366.25 x 49.25x 28.5 ft.
- Displacement: 4,026 gross; 3,854 net tons
- Main mast:
- Sail area:
- Max speed:
- Built: J. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde
- Launched: 8 Jun 1895
- Service: Built for Reederei F. Laeisz, Hamburg. She was Laeisz' first and only five-masted barque. She sailed on the South American nitrate trade until the outbreak of World War I, and proved herself very profitable for Laeisz. First master was the legendary Captain Robert Hilgendorf. Interned at Valparaiso 23 Sep 1914 for duration of World War I. Sold to F.A. Vinnen & Co., Bremen in 1918.
Handed over to French as war compensation in 1920. Soon thereafter sold to Soffia
Gonzales & Co., Valparaiso and renamed Flora. On 16 Sep 1925 her cargo of
coal caught fire and crew abandoned ship. The drifting hulk was finally sunk by the Argentine cruiser Patria on 19 Oct 1925.