Mairi Bahn


Mairi Bahn was a three masted iron barque laid down by Curle,Barclay & Company Ltd in Scotland, and was launched in 1874 for British & Burmese Steamship Company. She was extensively used as an emigrant vessel until she was sold to Denegri Fratelli in Genoa in 1912. Under a journey from Trinidad to France loaded with asphalt she run aground and caught fire under a storm outside Bonaire 7. December 1912. Four men lost their lives in the accident. The Windjammer wreck as she*s usually called, rest today on her starboard side close to the Bonaire Petroleum Corporation terminal on the northwest side of the island on a depth of 45 to 67 meter.

Former names:
Mairi Bahn

72,9 x 11,3 x 6,8 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1386 grt
Glasgow ( UK ) 1874
Genoa ( IT )

Last updated: March 2021