SS Weser (1867)

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Name: SS Weser
Namesake: Weser River
Owner: North German Lloyd
Builder: Caird & Company of Greenock, Scotland
Launched: May 19, 1867
Maiden voyage: June 1, 1867, Bremen-Southampton-New York
Renamed: Seravalle
Refit: 1881
Homeport: Bremen
General characteristics
Type: Ocean liner
Tonnage: 2,870 gross tons

SS Weser was an ocean liner owned by North German Lloyd. The ship was built in 1867 and served the Bremen-Southampton-New York-Baltimore line from June 1, 1867 until June 13, 1895 when she was transferred to the Bremen-South America service for two roundtrip voyages until being sold to an Italian company in June 1896. She was renamed the Seravalle and flew under the Italian flag. The ship was scrapped in August 1896 in Genoa, Italy.


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