But in 1890 she was sold to a Norwegian and renamed RAUST. At at first she was used to fish for Cod but later was used as coastal freighter serving remote settlements in North Norway and the Arctic
This photo (with thanks to Bengt Jonassen) shows Silvery Light, then named Raust, in her working garb delivering cargo, sand and gravel to communities in the fjords of Norway. Bengt sailed as a boy aboard with his Grandfather who owned her at the time.
As bigger ships came along, like so many working sailing vessels, she was abandoned and neglected for many years but in 1988 Mark Rolts shipwrights of Bristol re-rigged her and sailed her back to the UK. For many years she was engaged in Whale watching trips in the Azores and for a period was charterd by the Ocean Youth Trust ireland