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The Otago (1869).
|The Otago (1869).|
|© National Maritime Museum, London|
|Repro ID: P5194|
|Description: The three-masted barque 'Otago', built in 1869 and owned by Grierson & Company of Adelaide. This was the only vessel commanded by Józef Korzeniowski, who later became famous as the writer Joseph Conrad. Korzeniowski took command of the 'Otago' in Bangkok in January 1888. He sailed her back to Sydney and then made a return trip to Mauritius before relinquishing his post in March 1889.|
|Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London|