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|Launched:||24 June 1865|
|Maiden voyage:||Liverpool-Queenstown–New York, 21 October 1865|
|Fate:||Missing on way San Francisco-New York, 1895|
|Length:||337.1 ft (102.7 m)|
|Beam:||42.9 ft (13.1 m)|
Passengers (as built):
SS Java was a British and French ocean liner built in 1865 at Glasgow by J. G. Thompson & Co. It served for the Cunard Line. 1877 it was re-engined with compound engines by Fawcett, Preston & Co, Liverpool and chartered to Warren Line, until it had been sold to Red Star Line one year later and renamed to SS Zeeland.
In its later years it was sold to French owners in 1889 and British owners again in 1892. In 1895 it went missing on its way from San Francisco to New York.
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