- Type: Five-masted ship carrying 30 yards and 43 sails
- Material: Decks wood, rest steel
- Dimensions: 408 x 54 x 27 ft.
- Displacement: 5,081 gross tons
- Main mast:
- Sail area: 59,848 sq.ft.
- Max speed:
- Built: J. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde, 1902
- Service: Built for Reederei F. Laeisz, Hamburg. One of only four five-masted square-riggers, the only five-masted ship, and the largest ship without auxiliary engines. She sailed on the South American nitrate trade under Capt Boye R. Petersen. On twelve passages from Europe to Chile, she averaged 65 days out and on thirteen returns she averaged 73 days. On 7 Nov 1910 she was outward bound to Chile under Capt J. Heinrich H. Nissen when she rammed the cross-channel steamer SS Brigthon in foggy weather. With her bows stove in, attempts to tow her to Dover failed and she snagged on a reef in Crab Bay. Attempts to free her failed and she was left stranded.