The Arabella loading wool from bullock wagons at Ninety Mile Beach, Vic., Australia
An iron three-masted barque, built in 1876 by Bartram, Haswell and Co., Sunderland. (Yard Nr.: 86)
(177.7x31.2x17.4 ft.) (687 BRT / 627 NRT)
Febr. 1876 : Launched for E. Hick, Scarborough, England.
1895 : Sold to
Here we are of the coast of Newfoundland Canada 1971, I am on the M/S Arabella and being a Norwegian ship the Captain liked to eat fresh fish (so did I), when ever we were near any of the fishing area's, the Captain would stop the ship over the fishing banks and out would come the hand lines. The co
I took this photo of the ship in two halves, as you can see the halves were not exact. We are in Newport, Wales waiting to transfer to the discharge pier.
The M/S Arabella was a Norwegian bulk carrier, I sailed on her in 1971. We were on charter to British Steel, so we always came back to the UK to