|Owner:||Singapore Steamship Company|
|Port of registry:||UK|
|Identification:||Official number 67,990|
|Tonnage:||993 44/101 tons register|
SS Jeddah was a Singaporean-owned steamship that was originally reported as sunk in 1880 near Yemen with a great loss of life among the Muslim pilgrims aboard. The captain and crew abandoned the ship and passengers when it began quickly taking on water. The ship and all passengers were successfully rescued by a French vessel. The incident inspired Joseph Conrad to write the novel Lord Jim.
- Augustine Podmore Williams
- Costa Concordia disaster, whose captain is accused of abandoning a wrecked ship
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