Warwick Castle (1)

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WARWICK CASTLE (1) was built in 1863 by Robert Napier & Sons at Glasgow as a three masted ship with a tonnage of 1171grt, a length of 200ft 7in, and a beam of 33ft 8in.

She entered service in May 1863 on the Liverpool - Calcutta run but transferred to London in 1865. In 1870 she was sold to James Chambers' Lancashire Shipping Co. for their Liverpool - Calcutta and retaining her name.

She was renamed Cimbria in 1890 when she was sold to A/S Cimbria, S. W. Brunn of Kolding in Denmark. By 1805 she was owned by P. L. V. Schiaffino of Genoa with the same name and was broken up in Italy during 1911.

Vessel

Built

Service

Tonnage

Warwick Castle (1)

1863

1870 Sold to James Chambers

1171

Official Number

Ship Builder

Sailing Rig

47486

Robert Napier & Son

Govan

3 Masted Ship

Master

From

To

Steele

1863

1867

Chapman

1867

1869

J Freebody

1869

1870

Career Summary

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