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Photographer:Frank Behrends [View profile]Title:ATLANTISAdded:Aug 22, 2007
Captured:June 12, 2007IMO:7214545Hits:700
Location:Cuxhaven, Germany
Photo Category: Ferries
Cuxhaven : 12.06.2007
Ship's Name : ATLANTIS
IMO-No. : 7214545
Call Sign : DHDS
Flag : Germany
Port of Registry : Cuxhaven
Owner : Reederei Cassen Eils GmbH & Co. KG
Type of ship : Passenger Ship
Passengers : 1000
Length overall : 75.69 m
Registered Length : 68.50 m
Registered Breadth : 12.00 m
Draught : 3.250 m
Gross Tonnage : 1525
Net Tonnage : 525
Shipbuilder / Place : Rolandwerft GmbH / Bremen
Yard Number : 990
Keellaying : 15.05.1971
Launching : 19.02.1972
Completion : 1972-07
Two Main Engine(s)
Year of Manufacture : 1972
Manufacturer : Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg AG
Model : V 8 V 22/30 ATL
Type : Diesel engine, four stroke single acting
Power, each : 1692 kW
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Helgoland (Until 1999 Dec 17)
- First Lady (Until 1997 Dec 19)
- Helgoland (Until 1983 Feb 25)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:1,525 tons
Summer DWT:225 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Cuxhaven
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (2)

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Frank Behrends on Aug 22, 2007 19:51 (11 years ago)
Thanks for your comment, Anton :-)
Let´s hope, she will be in service for a very long time.
Regards, Frank
Anton Heuff on Aug 22, 2007 16:22 (11 years ago)
Thanks for this nice picture of a classic passenger ship, the last of her kind in the Helgoland trade. But it doesn't look healthy what's going on in the engine room! You may remember that the 2005 season of the [i]Atlantis[/i] was cut short in July (summer peak!) because of a broken crank-shaft. A second-hand MAN engine was found as a replacement, which was fitted during winter 2005/2006. So I keep my fingers crossed...

Regards, Anton
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