W. A. Scholten

2,529 gross tons

1874 - 1887

(Photo from H. M. LeFleming's Ships of the Holland-America Line

Previous Name(s): None
Tonn. Brt: 2,540 Nrt: 1,726 Dwt: 2,438
Built at: Robert Napier & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland
Built: 1874 Yard No.: 328
Engines: One two-cylinder compound steam engine by yard
Engine output: 1,800 Ihp. Props: One (fixed)
Service Speed: 10 knots Max Speed: 11 knots
Length o.a.: 112.16 meters Length Bpp: 103.63 meters
Beam o.a.: 11.58 meters Depth: 8.68 meters
Draft: 6.8 meters at a displacement of 4,470 tons
Pax. Cap.: 24 First, 18 Second (interchangeable), 500 Third Class
Crew: 67
Sister ships: P. Caland
Remarks: Bunker capacity 557 tons of coal at 36.5 tons a day.

Ship Data from the book,
125 Years of Holland America Line
by H.A. Dalkmann and A.J. Schoonderbeek, Pentland Press 1998.

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