Product images of The 'Iquique' and tug 'Warrior'
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The 'Iquique' and tug 'Warrior'
The 'Iquique' is shown hove-to and visible broadside to port. The tug, 'Warrior', is shown on the right in stern view, with black smoke trailing towards the sailing barque. The coastline of England can be seen on the far right with a building silhouetted against the skyline catching the light. His first sea journey was in the sailing ship, the 'Iquique', built in 1892. She went from London to Sydney via Cape Town, 17 May to October 1898, and Sydney to London, December 1898 to April 1899.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC2469
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London