The arrival of the British tall ship Dudhope in San Diego harbor on November 30, 1914 was an impressive sight. Describing her “massive yards and mast and the white sails hauled tight by the brisk breeze” the Union called the 2000-ton tall ship a “marine spectacle.”
The steel-hulled bark had the historic distinction being the last cargo-carrying windjammer to enter San Diego via the storied Cape Horn route. But the ship would be better remembered for a surprising mutiny.
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