NOBISKRUG - IMO 5254216
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|Werner Jurkowski on May 07, 2007 08:48 (11 years ago)|
NOBISKRUG now sails under the name HARTSTOCHT rigged as a barquentine
Because her homepage does not provide much infos on her I've compiled the following from my files and from the book "Deutsche Schoner" volume V:
Built in 1930 (not 1932) by the shipyard Nobiskrug of Rendsburg (on the Kiel Canal) as one of a series of 11 almost identical 3-masted motorized yacht schooners.
These schooners had followed a similar vessel built in 1928 which had proved being of a quite effective economic design. Thus this type was called by the shipyard "Ich verdiene" (I earn).
NOBISKRUG bore her name from 1930 to 2001, her owners:
1930 to 1957 Capt. Heinrich D. Stüven, port of registry Hamburg
1957 to 1987 Capt. Johann Steffens, port unchanged
1987 to 1991 Reinhard Burek, port ?
1991 to 1997 Capt. Wilhelm Pisch, port of registry Stralsund
1997 to 2001 Karl Dürr, port ?
In 2001 her new owners Tom Schelleken and Jan van Bergen (Quo Vadis shipping company) changed her name to HARTSTOCHT (means "Passion"). Hartstocht was totally rebuilt at Kampen to her old yacht schooner lines. She has luxury accomodation for 33 passengers (on daysails 110 passangers). Barquentine rig means she has 5 square sails on her foremast and fore-and-aft sails on her main and mizzen, staysails are carried between fore and mainmast.
Her port of registry is 's-Hertogenbosch, she operates out of Lelystad.
Over the years NOBISKRUG was lenthened twice. Her specs as HARTSTOCHT are (Dutch sources rarely provide exact dimensions):
Length over all: 55m
Length on waterline: 45m,
sail area: 685qm
engine: Volvo Tam 162, 512 HP
Two of NOBISKRUG's sisters are still with us:
WILFRIED became the Danish KAJAMA in 1964 and was then sold to the Great Lakes Schooner Co. Ltd., Toronto, Canada. She is now back under sails as the 3-masted schooner KAJAMA, see:
ANNEMARIE is still in German ownership, name unchanged, no rig.
|kgvm on May 05, 2007 13:55 (11 years ago)|
|Built as sailing vessel with motor, therefore the square stern!|
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