Category:IMO 5130094

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: 3-mast topsailschooner
  • Yard: Kalundbørg Shibsvareft, Kalundborg, Dänemark
  • Length: 52.00 m
  • Beam: 6.80
  • Draft: 3.20
  • Sail area: 850 qm
  • Engine: 4-cyl Callesen Diesel 191 kW
  • TS-Nummer: TS G 486

History[edit]

  • 1919 Named: EDITH
  • 1922 Sold to Reederei P.F. Cleeman in Aabenraa (Dänemark), renamed: FREDERIK FISCHER Flag: Denmark
  • 1927 Sold to Kapitän M. P. F. Leistikow, Arnis Renamed: GERTRUD II Flag: Germany
  • 1934 Sold to Kapitän H. F. P. Morgenroth
  • 1938 Sold to Kapitän Hinnerk C. Jungclaus Renamed: KÜMO
  • 1939 In Greifswald
  • 1944 Used for refugee transport, saved 500 lives.
  • 1952 Lengthened to 43,33 m
  • 1981 Sold to Kapitän Hanns Temme
  • 1986 Out of service, laid up in Arnis an der Schlei.
  • 1991 By employment project reconstructed as schooner at Peene-Werft in Wolgast.
  • 25.03.1992 Christened FRIDTJOF NANSEN by the granddaughter of the Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen, Margret Greve
  • 1997 Completed with figurehead Inuit hunter with bonespear.
  • 2005 In television series of ARD and ARTE, Titel "Windstärke 8 – Das Auswandererschiff 1855". For the time renamed: BREMEN.

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