Fulda

The "Fulda" belonged to Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. She was built by John Elder & Co, Glasgow, she was a 4816 gross ton ship, length 429.8ft x beam 45.9ft, two funnels, four masts, iron construction, single screw, speed 16 knots.

The "Fulda" belonged to Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. She was built by John Elder & Co, Glasgow, she was a 4816 gross ton ship, length 429.8ft x beam 45.9ft, two funnels, four masts, iron construction, single screw, speed 16 knots.

Accommodation for 120-1st, 130-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers.

Accommodation for 120-1st, 130-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers.

Launched on 15/11/1882, commenced her maiden voyage on 14/3/1883 from Bremen to Southampton and New York.

On 14/3/1886 she rescued all the passengers and crew of the Cunard vessel "Oregon" which was sunk in collision near Long Island.

Accommodation for 120-1st, 130-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers.

Launched on 15/11/1882, commenced her maiden voyage on 14/3/1883 from Bremen to Southampton and New York.

On 14/3/1886 she rescued all the passengers and crew of the Cunard vessel "Oregon" which was sunk in collision near Long Island.

She started her last voyage on this run on 7/10/1891 and was transferred on 24/10/1891 to the New York Genoa service.

Last voyage commenced 27/10/1898 and was chartered to Cie.

Transatlantica for Spanish troop repatriation.

On 2/2/1899 she entailed serious damage while in dry dock at Birkenhead after provisional sale to the Canadian Steamship Co.

The deal was abandoned and she was scrapped. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. Bonsor]

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