History[ edit ] The foremast of the Elissa Elissa was built in AberdeenScotland as a merchant vessel in a time when steamships were overtaking sailing ships. She was originally launched on October 27, She was named for the niece of Henry Fowler Watt, Elissa's first owner,  though according to his descendants the ship was named for the Queen of Carthage, Elissa more commonly called DidoAeneas' tragic lover in the epic poem The Aeneid. In Sweden her name was Gustav of Gothenburg.
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