Th British wool clipper Siren, of 1881. 32 feet to 1 inch (1:384). This iron-hulled vessel belonged to A & J H Carmichael of Greenock. She had a relatively short life, being sunk following a collison with HMS Landrail off Portland, UK on July 11th, 1896. The captain of HMS Landrail admitted blame, but the Admiralty refused to pay more than one twenteith of the ship's value! The crew lost all their private posessions.