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Austral (1881)

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Name  Austral
Class and type  100 A1
Length  143 m
Yard number  245
Launched  21 December 1881
Depth  11 m
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Owner  Orient Steam Navigation Company, Glasgow
Fate  Broken up at Genoa in 1903.
Tonnage  5524 grt, 5588 after refit
Builder  Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company

Austral was a passenger ship built by John Elder & Co., Govan and launched on 21 December 1881 for the Orient Steam Navigation Company, Glasgow. She was used in the passenger route trade to Australia.

She sank at her mooring in Neutral Bay, off Kirribilli Point in Sydney Harbour on 11 November 1882. Five crew were killed in the incident. The ship was raised and sailed to Glasgow for refit.

She was chartered to Anchor Line for 7 months during 1884 for the Liverpool to New York passenger route arriving back at Neutral Bay in 1885.

Fate

Austral arrived for breaking up at Genoa on 27 May 1903.

References

Austral (1881) Wikipedia


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