|Career (United Kingdom)|
|Owner:||British Shipowners Company|
|Builder:||Aitken Mansell of Glasgow|
|Acquired:||1880, Nourse Line|
|Class and type:||Full-rigged ship, Barque|
|Tons burthen:||1,200 tons|
Indian indenture ship
On 21 May 1886, the Bruce carried 458 Indian indentured labourers to Fiji. In 1889 she was re-rigged as a barque. On 3 January 1889, she carried Indian indentured labourers to Surinam in the West Indies.  On 17 November 1890 she arrived in Trinidad with 507 Indian indentured labourers. There were 2 deaths during the voyage.  The Bruce also took Indian indentured labourers to Guyana.