TS FINLANDIA (????, LR/IMO)
Valmistunut/Completed 1908.5, Glasgow, Pointhouse, A.J. Inglis Ltd (Designer: Clinton Crane of Tams, Lemoine & Crane, New York)
1091 GRT, 3 steam turbines 3000 BHP, 3-screw, 232.0 ft x 32.7 ft x 14.0 ft . 2 masts, schooner rig.
1908.5: VANADIS, British registry. Cornelius Kingsley Garrison (C. K. G.) Billings, American industrialist. 1915.6.15: On Long Island sound in dense fog collision with passenger steamer BUNKER HILL. Two persons died. Yacht's bow section badly smashed. 1916: Morton Freeman Plant, New York, American investor.
1917.6.5: PORYV (or PORYVS), Russian Arctic flotilla. 1917.9.13: UNITED (? Sovjets rechristianed?): erroneous newspapers news reporting the VANADIS of Russian revolutionary Government sank after explosin 160 miles east of Sydney, Cape Breton. 64 survivours. 1918: Royal Navy, London.
1919: FINLANDIA, Baron Hjalmar Constantin de Linder (Nurmijärvi 1862 – Marseille 1921). 1922: Mme Virginie Hériot, France.
1925: IANARA: homeport Cowes. Lieutenant Commander Montague Graham-White, England. Chartering business.
1936: IANARA: Balla & Vervleot Soc. Anon Italiana, Genoa. Trading as a merchant ship.