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STEAM YACHT SAIDE

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Official Number Date Builder Tonnage L B D Fate
81984 1882

Ramage & Ferguson, Leith, UK

383 142.8 24.7 13.4 Unknown
Capt Colin McDonald - Master 1889 - 1894
1882 Built as the Star of the Sea by Ramage & Ferguson, Scotland for the 15th Duke of Norfolk under special survey, to Lloyd's highest class.
   
1888 Sold to Mr C.G. Millar and sailed from the UK to Melbourne, Australia where she was completely re-fitted to Mr Millars own specifications and re-named Saide in Honour of his youngest daughter.
   
1889 Captain Colin McDonald was appointed sailing master and took the vessel and her owner on many long ocean voyages over the next 5 years, including China and Japan.
   
1894 Involved in the search for the Wellman polar expedition
   
1895 Sold to Major A Findlay and David Faber of Melbourne who returned her name to Star of the Sea
   
1896 Sold to A.J. Cassatt of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who renamed her Enterprise.
   
  Vessel was registered with the New York Yacht Club until 1914
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

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