Finland Steamship Company Ltd. / Finska Ångfartygs Aktiebolaget (FÅA).
Built 1899, GRT 2155, 1957 scrapped Germany.
Apart from the war years, very little loss of tonnage occurred. The only major incident being the collision between the OBERON and ARCTURUS on 19th Dec.1930 in the Kattegat. The ships
The first steam ship to serve the route Copenhagen-Faeroe Islands-Iceland. Built in England 1856 as Victor Emanuel. Bought to Denmark in 1858 and renamed. Sailed the following 10-12 years on the North Atlantic route.
A survivor of two world wars and in her last year of service she was 63 years of age at this stage of her life.She was one of the oldest vessels in the world trading commercially however her year mate the Doulos would carry on for many years after the demise of the Manioglu in 1978.