Origine : France
Année : 1896
Belem was originally a cargo ship, carrying sugar from the West Indies.
Mainly some cocoa, and coffee from Brazil and Guiana to Nantes, France.
In 1951 she was sold to the Venezian count Vittorio Cini.
Who had died in a plane crash near Cannes on 31 August 1949.
She was rigged to a barkentine and used as a sail training ship until 1965.
Moreover, she was moved at the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice.
Nevertheless, on May 8, 1902, She narrowly avoided the Mount Pelée eruption in Saint-Pierre, Martinique.