|Photographer:||Jens Boldt [View profile]||Title:||ELBE 3||Added:||Oct 18, 2009|
|Captured:||October 18, 2009||IMO:||Unavailable||Hits:||609|
|Elbe 3 returning from a trip on the river Elbe, Hamburg, 18.10.2009
Elbe 3 today is regarded as the oldest lightvessel in the world that is still seaworthy.
In service from 06.1889 until 23.05.1977 (until 1966 on the river Weser, from 1966 until 1977 on the river Elbe).
Since 1979 she's a museum ship at Museumshafen Ovelgonne at Hamburg.
Built by Johann Lange Werft, Vegesack, Germany
In service: 06.1889
First name: Leuchtschiff Weser
Port of registry: Hamburg, Germany
Call sign: DALE
L/B/D (m): 45,10 / 7,10 / 3,95
Machinery (since 1936): MWM Diesel 300 PS