Category: Lady Jocelyn (1852)

Categories: 1850s Ships | Immigrant Ships to New Zealand | Ships by Name

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Rig: Iron Ship
Built: 1852
Built In: Blackwall, London
Tonnage: 2,138
Built By: C.J.Mare & Co.
Dimensions: 254.0 x 39.0 x 24.9
Originally a steamer. Sister to the Hydaspes. General Screw Ship Co. Park Brs. reg. London. 1855: Troop transport to the Crimean War. 1863: Troop transport to the New Zealand Maori War. 1869: Chartered by Shaw, Savill & Albion Co. 1883: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.(Lim), reg. Southampton, with her engines removed, and made several voyages to Auckland, Wellington, Lyttelton and Port Chalmers, between 1860 and 1900.
Later: Laid up at the West India Dock, London, as a frozen meat store. 1899: Shipping Federation, reg. London. Used to house strike breakers. 1914-18: Floating barracks. 1922: Scrapped in the Netherlands.

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