Category:IMO 5126718

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: Steam trawler
  • Design by:
  • Order date:
  • Built by: Deutsche Werke AG, Werk Kiel, Kiel, Germany
  • Yard No: 52
  • Keel laid:
  • Launch date: 11.05.1920
  • Date of completion: 08.1920
  • Length over all: 36,35 m, after lengthenings and refits 62 m
  • LPP: m
  • Beam: 7,40 m
  • Draught: 2,93 (3,90) m
  • GRT: 227, after lengthenings and refits 261
  • DWT: after first refit 350
  • NET: 86 after lengthenings and refits 135
  • Main engine: Built with 3-cyl steamengine 50 hp. After after lengthenings and refits Caterplillar C12 Diesel 460 HP
  • Speed: 9 kn, after lengthenings and refits 15 kn
  • Sail area: 1130 m2

History[edit]

  • 1920 Named: BLOMBERG for the German Wilhelmshavener Hochseefischerei AG of Rüstringen. Flag: Germany
    • Callsign: NHSM
  • 07.1921 Sold to C. Andersen in Kiel
  • 09.1921 Renamed: URSULA
  • 12.1925 Lengthened
    • 01.01.1934 Callsign: DNDD
  • 07.1938 Sold to breakers in Germany
  • 06.1939 Empty hull sold to Walter Michaelis in Riga, Latvia. Renamed: HARIET Homeport Hamburg
  • 07.1940 Aquired by the German Kriegsmarine
  • 13.09.1940 After rebuilding and installation of new engine MAN (made 1939) 4s6c 300hp 9kn at yard of Wilhelm Holst, Hamburg, new tonnage GRT 261 NRT 135 DWT 350
  • 1941 Kriegsmarine-Torpedotransport, Arsenal, Horten, Norway
  • 21.12.1942 Homeport Gdynia (Gotenhafen - Poland during german occupation)
  • 16.02.1946 Confiscated by Norwegian Government, Direktoratet for Fiendtlig Eiendom, Oslo, Norway
    • Callsign: LMKN,
  • 01.1949 Laid up in Haugesund
  • 07.1949 Sold to Knut and Hilmar Helgesen, Vedavågen, for NKR 165.000 Renamed: ARE, homeport Kopervik, Norway Flag: Norway Modernized at Haugesunds Slip with new wheelhouse and interieur installed, GRT 262 DWT 350
  • 1952 Rebuilt, now GRT 280
  • 08.1960 Sold to Einar Oldervoll m fl, for NKR 350.000 Renamed: GAUPØY, homeport moved to Bergen, Norway
  • 1965 New engine installed: Aabenraa Motorfabrik, Heinrich Callesen A/S, Diesel 4s5c 400hp
  • 02.1974 Sold to Morten Johannessen, Kopervik, Norway
  • Sold to Jan Øyvind Johannessen. Homeport moved to Kopervik, Norway, rebuilt as sandtransporter, now GRT 264 DWT 350 Renamed: JEMO
  • 25.05.1982 Sold to Hans H. Vea, Vedavågen, homeport Kopervik, Norway
  • 05.1986 Sold to Sinus Bulk Shipping A/S, Sandnes, homeport Kopervik, Norway
  • 09.1986 registered for PR Jemo (Sinus Bulk Shipping A/S, Sandnes) , homeport Kopervik, Norway
  • 05.1988 Sold to Bærøy Sandtransport A/S (Endre Bærøy, Finnås), homeport Kopervik, Norway
  • 10.1995 new tonnages: GRT 263 NET 117
  • 02.1998 Sold to Det Norske Seilskuterederiet A/S, Oslo, homeport Kopervik, Norway
  • 08.1999 Sold to Chris Woestenburg, Netherlands
  • 2001 Sold to Willem Sligting
  • 2006 Start conversion to 2-mast schooner at Scheepsreparatie Friesland in Harlingen, Netherlands Renamed: WYLDE SWAN Flag: Netherlands
  • Lengthened at Balk Shipyards, Urk, Netherlands from 42 to 62 meter.
  • 11.06.2010 Completed the refit to tall ship
    • Callsign: PIWS
    • MMSI number: 244074000

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