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On the 'Suzanne'
A view from aft on the deck of the 'Suzanne'. This Danish barque was built in 1880. British owned, she was originally known as the 'Kylemore', became Norwegian in 1907 and Danish in 1915. In 1925 a change in ownership brought a change in name to the 'Suzanne', the name of the ship when Everett sailed on her. It was effectively a training ship since the Danish crew was sailing in her to earn their tickets and received no wages.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC4134
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London