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    Default Cayzers third sailing ship(not solved answer given by Poster)

    What was her name?
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    Default re: Cayzers third sailing ship(not solved answer given by Poster)

    Vic,

    Is she the Clan Alipne(1) built 1878 later the 'Elmdene'.

    Out of Interest I have just found the answere to your first question, the one Chris got correct, on the same site as I got this reply. Funey old world.
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    Not the Alpine John, sailing ship.
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    Pretty sure that would be the Clan MacFarlane of 1881 - built by Russell & Co of Port Glasgow.
    When one door closes another one shuts, it must be the wind

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    Default re: Cayzers third sailing ship(not solved answer given by Poster)

    What about the Clan McKenzie 1882 Dunlop & Sons. Glasgow.

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    Default re: Cayzers third sailing ship(not solved answer given by Poster)

    Sorry, John, not the Clan Mackenzie.
    A clue she did not have Clan name.
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    I fell for the Dunlop & Sons ship too John - completely forgot that they were a totally different company to Clan Line.

    Another tester Vic
    When one door closes another one shuts, it must be the wind

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    The Clan Line has had lots of conections with so many other companies as I am finding out but for the life of me i cann't find any hint as to sailing ships. Just have to keep looking though.

    John.
    PS God help us when Vic puts a hard one up to solve.

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    Ok Guys and Gals a clue.
    210g. 210n. 92.2.x 24.2 x 14.3 feet
    1878: First appears in Lloyds Register, Owner registered Freetown, Sierra Leone.
    Nov.1879: Application for Cayzer, Irvine and Co. to the BOT for application of name change, application granted. The application stated she was now English owned.
    Registered Liverpool.
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    I can find no record of a third sailing ship.
    1st was Jalawar
    2nd was North Star
    After that came Clan Alpine and then lots and lots of other Clans although the early ones carried a full set of sails they also had compound steam engines.
    The Thomas Dunlop ships had no connection with Cayzer

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