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- Design by:
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- Built by: J & K Smit, Krimpen aan de Lek, Netherlands
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- Date of completion: 1911
- Length over all: 57.88 m
- LPP: m
- Beam: 13,65 m
- Draught: m
- GRT: 131
- Main engine: Compound diagonal, replaced by diesel-hydraulic unit - 12 cylinder 620 HP Cummins diesel + 2 x 300 HP Hagglunds hydraulic wheel engines
- Speed: 9 kn
- 1911 Named: REEDERIJ OP DE LEK 6 for the Stoomboot-Reederij op de Lek, serving the River Lek between Culemborg and Rotterdam Flag: Netherlands
- 05.1940 Evacuated citisens of Rhenen
- 03.1948 Regular services shut down, out of service from 1946 except for charters.
- 06.1950 Sold to Karl Pister in Ludwigshafen, sailed to a mooring at 422 Km mark near Ludwigshafen on the Rhein in Germany. Renamed: KURPFALZ Flag: Germany Used as a restaurant and pilot station. Machinery, boiler and paddlewheels removed and additions were made to the deck houses
- 1976 Sold to Raderboot Kapitein Kok BV (Dutch musician Wijnand Key) Returned to the Netherlands for restoration at the Scheepswerf Schouten at Muiden. Fitted with new machinery, wheels and saloons. Renamed: KAPITEIN KOK Flag: Netherlands
- 06.1977 Reentered service and maintained a regular programme until 1980. Visited her old haunts on the Lek, but based at Amsterdam's Oostelijke Handelskade
- 1984 Sold to Radersalonboot Kapitein Kok BV (Martin Key) in Diemen, Netherlands
- 2002 Sold to Mr Jacob Bonninga Serves on charters.
- 2013 Sold on auction (after bankruptcy) to Rederij Quo Vadis / Ton Schellekens and renamed "Kapitein Anna"