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Name: COLLINGWOOD
Type: Passenger Cargo Ship
Keel: 12/01/1866
Launched: 14/05/1866
Completed: 06/1866
Builder: J Wigham Richardson & Co
Yard: Neptune Yard, Low Walker
Yard Number: 43
Dimensions: 611grt, 415nrt, 700dwt, 195.6 x 27.2 x 16.0ft
Engines: C2cyl (25.25 & 40 x 30ins), 100nhp
Engines by: J Wigham Richardson & Co
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 53473
History:
1866 Shields SS Co Ltd
1868 Taylor & Co, North Shields
1869 La Maree des Deux Mondes (Eugene Hains, manager), Marseilles
1869 Renamed RAPHAEL
1870 Comp Francaise de Nav a Vap, Marseilles
1886 Cyprien Fabre, Marseilles
1891 C Caruta,Genoa; renamed CAPRAIA
1898 F Chiamafu Do, Genoa
1900 G Sciutlo & G Denaro, Catania
1907 G Denaro Puglisi, Catania
1911 Soc Anon Sideurgica di Savona; renamed CENTAURO
1919 Lloyd Mediterraneo, Savona
1925 Gio Batto Rolandi, Brindisi
28/04/1926 Wrecked
Comments Cost 15,342-1s-8d
Tyne to London route 25 x 1st & 20 x 2nd class passengers
1871: Converted to transport frozen salmon from Hudson Bay to France
05/10/1881: In collision with VILLE DE ROME at the entrance to Oran
1886: On the Marseilles Naples Messina Palermo route
Wrecked at Pelogosa, when on passage from Barletto to Trieste, with salt.