Category:Bruntje (ship, 1972)

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Ship[edit]

  • Type:
  • Design by:
  • Order date:
  • Built by: Evers-Werft, Niendorf, Germany
  • Yard No: 507
  • Keel laid:
  • Launch date:
  • Date of completion: 14.07.1972
  • Length over all: 6.92 m
  • LPP: m
  • Beam: 2.34 m
  • Draught: 0.60 m
  • GRT:
  • DWT: 1.65
  • NET:
  • Main engine: Mercedes Benz OM 615 with 54 hp
  • Speed: 10 kn

History[edit]

  • 1972 Named: BRUNTJE for Seenotrettungsdienst DDR and in Heiligenhafen stationed Flag: Germany
  • 10.1975 Stationed in Burgtiefe at Fehmarn
  • 06.1986 Fährhafen Puttgarden (Fehmarn)
  • 02.1990 Rebuilt and renamed: MÖVENORT. Painted in ther colours of Seenotrettungsdienstes DDR, and DGzRS-intern oriligally coded „KRST 16“
  • 10.04.1990 to Freest am Peenestrom. 03.10.1990 Formally.
  • 19.11.1992 Reconditioned in Bremen. Renamed: TRIENTJE, but never used with that name. Transported by truck to a containership to Curançao at the Netherlands Antilles. Used by Citizens Rescue Organisation (CITRO). Renamed: CITRO 2 Flag: Netherlands Antilles
  • 2002 Renamed: BEREBOOT Transported to the Netherlands
  • 02.2004 Showed in Reddigsmuseum Den Helder (Netherlands),
  • 2006 Painted in the original colours of 1980er years.
  • 2007 Transported to Harener Schifffahrtsmuseum and christened BRUNTJE.


  • A sistership of the 7m Class is from 1999 on as MÖVENORT in Deutschen Schifffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven.

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