“The Captain of the Polestar” (1883)
Arthur Conan Doyle (writer).
Read in 2017.
A decently subtle ghost story. I particularly like the incidental detail that Anglican services aboard are tolerated because the mostly-Scottish crew is mixed Catholic and Presbyterian, so that everyone is equally disadvantaged. The portrayal of the captain himself as a Byronic hero in relative control is pretty good.
References here: “Supernatural Horror in Literature” (1927).