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|Built by:||Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.|
|Launched:||11th September 1862|
|Length:||78 . 4 feet|
|Breadth:||19 . 5 feet|
|Depth:||10 . 7 feet|
|Built for:||T. Tilly. Bishop Selwyn's Mission yacht.|
|Other info:||Cost £4,800.|
|History:||12th November 1862. Sailed from Southampton for New Zealand.|
28th February 1863. Arrived at Auckland under the command of Captain Thomas Tilly who remained in Auckland and sailed the schooner to the Islands for many years. The vessel made a remarkable run to New Zealand, in 108 days, for a vessel registering only 92 tons. She brought out only four passengers, viz, Mr. Powles, Mrs Smith & two children.
1869. Voyage, London to New Zealand.
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