Launched 1864: ss CUBA

 ss cuba-1864.jpg  Built by Tod & McGregor Glasgow, Yard No 129

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S/S Cuba, Cunard Line

 

 

Burden

Built

Shipowner or operator 

Dimensions

2,668 gross 

1864 at Glasgow by Tod & McGregor 

Cunard Line 

338.2ft x 42.4ft 

 

 Year

 Departure

 Arrival

Remarks

 1864 

 

July 21, launchedAtlantic Journey ID 1427

 1864 

 

Dec. 3, maiden voyage Liverpool - Queenstown - New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 1428

 1865 

 

Liverpool - New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 1430

 1871 

 Liverpool 

 June 10 

 New York 

 June 21 

Transatlantc ID <>

 1872 

 Liverpool 

 May 18 

 New York 

 May 28 

Agent DHrr. Gunnestad & Co., ChristianiaTransatlantc ID <>

 1872 

 Liverpool 

 June 22 

 New York 

 July 02 

Transatlantc ID <>

 1873 

 Liverpool 

 Apr. 12 

 New York 

 Apr. 22 

Transatlantc ID <>

 1876 

 

Sold to D. Brown converted to sailing ship "Earl of Beaconsfield"Atlantic Journey ID 1431

 1887 

 

Nov. 6, wrecked near Aldbrough, YorkshireAtlantic Journey ID 1429

The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges

Last Name: EARL OF BEACONSFIELD (1876)
Port of Registry: Liverpool
Propulsion: Steam 560hp
Launched: Thursday, 21/7/1864
Built: 1864
Ship Type: Iron Passenger Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 2696grt, 2488nrt,
Length: 337 feet
Breadth: 42 feet
Owner History:
British & North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Co
1876 David Brown & Sons, London
Status: Wrecked - 6/11/1887

Remarks:
ON 50357
1876 engine removed and converted to four~masted ship
Wrecked at Withernsea (Calcutta for Hull)

Previous update by Paul Strathdee
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Last updated: by David Asprey from the original records by Stuart Cameron courtesy of shipbuilder Tod & McGregor