Category:Flensburg (ship, 1910)

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IMO info
Information about the vessel may be found at IMO 8650813.
A ship can change her name and flag state through time, but the IMO number remains the same through the hull's entire lifetime. Therefore, it's useful to identify a ship through her IMO number.

Ship[edit]

Feuerschiff Kalkgrund Zeichnung 1911.jpg
  • Type:
  • Design by:
  • Order date:
  • Built by: Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft at 184,000 Goldmark
  • Yard No: 300
  • Keel laid:
  • Launch date:
  • Date of completion: 1910
  • Length over all: 36.00 m after rebuilt 46.20 n
  • LPP: 30.00 m after rebuilt 36 m
  • Beam: 6.60 m
  • Draught: 3.40 m after rebuilt 4 m
  • GRT:
  • DWT: 255 after rebuilt 250
  • NET:
  • Sail area: After rebuilt 550 m²
  • Main engine: After rebuilt Diesel-Motor 360 HP
  • Speed: kn
  • TEU:
  • Reefer points:

History[edit]

  • Named: KALKGRUND II for the Reichsmarine Flag: Germany
  • 1914-1918 War lightship
  • 1919 Ownership to Seezeichenbehörde, Küstenbezirk III Kiel
  • 1925 Ownership to Wasserbauamt Kiel Renamed: FLENSBURG
  • 1939-1945 Kriegsmarine, middlemast withdrawn
  • 1945 On station again
  • 1953-1954 Rebuilt at Staatswerft Rendsburg-Saatsee
  • 11.06.1963 Out of service
  • 1963 Sold to Fa. Holm & Moltzen in Flensburg, rebuilt as living quarters for expatriates
  • 1967 Sold to Möltenorter Seglerkameradschaft in Kiel for DM 16,000.-
  • 1968 Transported to Möltenort and used as Clubheim of the MSK
  • 1978 Start of selling negotiations. Price DM 85.000
  • 1986 Left Möltenorter Harbour,
  • 1992 Sold to Ted van Broeckhuysen en Gert Ritzema for ƒ 180,000.- Renamed: NOORDERLICHT Flag: Netherlands

Media in category "Flensburg (ship, 1910)"

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