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Photographer:Jochen Wegener [View profile]Title:KRUZENSHTERNAdded:Jan 05, 2008
Captured:IMO:6822979Hits:1,942
Photo Category: Traditional rig sailing ships from 120'(36.6m) LOA
Description:
25.04.03,Bremerhaven. Built 1926 as Padua,one of the famous Flying-P-Liners by Tecklenborg/Geestemünde, 3545 BRT L 114,5 B 14,1 D 6,7 Sails 3653 qm, gone to Russia 1948, now Homeport Kaliningrad Engine Rusky Diesel 1600 hp
Vessel Identification
Name:Kruzenshtern
IMO:6822979
Flag:Russia
MMSI:273243700
Callsign:UCVK
Former name(s):
- Padua (Until 1945 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Sailing Vessel
Gross tonnage:3,141 tons
Summer DWT:1,645 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Kaliningrad
Class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1926
AIS Information
Last known position:
54°41’57.75” N, 20°28’2.09” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 333° (107°)
Destination:
Location:Kaliningrad
Arrival:4th Nov 2016
06:00:56 UTC
Last update:
13 days 15 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 November 4th, 06:00:56 UTCKaliningrad
2016 October 20th, 08:00:50 UTCTanger
2016 April 20th, 08:00:23 UTCKaliningrad
2016 April 1st, 08:00:36 UTCSwinoujscie
2016 April 1st, 08:00:21 UTCSzczecin
2015 November 4th, 03:00:41 UTCSt Petersburg
2015 October 19th, 12:00:32 UTCSwinoujscie
2015 October 19th, 08:00:30 UTCGijon
2015 October 11th, 08:00:10 UTCMalaga
2015 September 26th, 08:00:27 UTCValletta
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Photo Comments (5)

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Guest on Nov 11, 2007 17:03 (9 years ago)
Hi Jochen

Please note I have moved your photograph to the TALL SHIPS CATEGORY.

This information comes from http://www.tallship-fan.de/index_e.htm

Former names: Padua
Registered port: Kaliningrad
Nation: RUS
Type of rigging: 4-MAST-BARK
Year built: 1926
Yard: J.C. Tecklenborg, Bremerhaven/Geestemünde
Overall length: 114.50 m
Length (hull): 104.30 m
Breadth: 14.05 m
Draught: 7.17 m
Sail area: 3655 m2
Ship's hull: Stahl / Steel
Engine: Burmeister & Wain

# built at the shipyard of J.C. Tecklenborg at Geestemünde as the last four-masted cargo bark in 1926, launched on 24 June 1926 under the name "Padua", she was the last of the famous fleet of "Flying P-liners" of the Hamburg shipping company of F. Laeisz.
# sailed a total of eight voyages round the Horn to Chile between August 1926 and February 1932 loaded a cargo of nitrate in most cases.
# was laid up then until the end of 1933, put back in service with a government subsidy and sailed in October 1933 for Wallaroo, South Australia, to load grain consigned to Avonmouth, England. after another voyage to South Australia she sailed 4 voyages once more to Chile, last voyage as a cargo ship from Bremerhaven in October 1938 to Chile and Australia ending in Glasgow in July 1939.
# laid up in Flensburg during the war, towed from Hamburg to Swinemünde in January 1946 to be handed over to the Soviet Union as a war prize, renamed the "Kruzenshtern".
# remained in harbour until 1959, refit in 1959-61, she was fitted with her first auxiliary engines.
# 1961-65 she conducted hydrographic and oceanographic surveys in the Atlantic, West Indies and Mediterranean while training naval cadets.
# transferred to the USSR Ministry of Fisheries and homeported at Riga in 1965. sailtraining ship for seamen and officers for the fishing fleet.
# 1968-72 fitted with new engines and her poop was extended to merge with the midship Liverpool house.
# 1974 the "Kruzenshtern" and the "Tovarishch" were the first Soviet ships that entered an international Tall Ships Race, took part in the
American Bicentennial transatlantic race in 1976 and since then she is a regular participant in other Tall Ships Races and tall ship events in the West, including the 1992 Columbus Regatta and Tall Ships 2000.
# 1980 change of the registered port to Tallinn, Estonia, 1991 change of the registered port to Kaliningrad, Russia, operated by the Kaliningrad
Marine College, Russian Ministry of Fishery since 1992
# the ship sailed around the world in 1995-96 in the steps of Johann Adam von Krusenstern who gave his name to the ship. The voyage under Captain
Oleg Sedov covered 34,242 nautical miles and took 238 days including the journeys around Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope, Route: Kaliningrad - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Rio de Janeiro - Kap Horn - Tahiti - Moorea - Hawaii - Tokyo - Wladiwostok - Singapur - Kap der Guten Hoffnung - Kapstadt - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Kaliningrad
# Johann Adam von Krusenstern (1770-1846), a Russian-Baltic seaman and traveller, captained the first Russian sailing expedition around the world.

Regards

Steve Ellwood (Admin)
Guest on Nov 10, 2007 12:26 (9 years ago)
Hi Jochen

Moved you photograph into the Tall Ships Category as part of a tidy up of the sailing Vessels Category.

Some additional information from http://www.tallship-fan.de/index_e.htm

Former names: Padua
Registered port: Kaliningrad
Nation: RUS
Type of rigging: 4-MAST-BARK
Year built: 1926
Yard: J.C. Tecklenborg, Bremerhaven/Geestemünde
Overall length: 114.50 m
Length (hull): 104.30 m
Breadth: 14.05 m
Draught: 7.17 m
Sail area: 3655 m2
Ship's hull: Stahl / Steel
Engine: Burmeister & Wain

# built at the shipyard of J.C. Tecklenborg at Geestemünde as the last
four-masted cargo bark in 1926, launched on 24 June 1926 under the
name "Padua", she was the last of the famous fleet of "Flying P-liners"
of the Hamburg shipping company of F. Laeisz.
# sailed a total of eight voyages round the Horn to Chile between August 1926
and February 1932 loaded a cargo of nitrate in most cases.
# was laid up then until the end of 1933, put back in service with a
government subsidy and sailed in October 1933 for Wallaroo, South Australia,
to load grain consigned to Avonmouth, England. after another voyage
to South Australia she sailed 4 voyages once more to Chile, last voyage
as a cargo ship from Bremerhaven in October 1938 to Chile and Australia
ending in Glasgow in July 1939.
# laid up in Flensburg during the war, towed from Hamburg to Swinemünde
in January 1946 to be handed over to the Soviet Union as a war prize,
renamed the "Kruzenshtern".
# remained in harbour until 1959, refit in 1959-61, she was fitted with
her first auxiliary engines.
# 1961-65 she conducted hydrographic and oceanographic surveys in the
Atlantic, West Indies and Mediterranean while training naval cadets.
# transferred to the USSR Ministry of Fisheries and homeported at Riga
in 1965. sailtraining ship for seamen and officers for the fishing fleet.
# 1968-72 fitted with new engines and her poop was extended to merge
with the midship Liverpool house.
# 1974 the "Kruzenshtern" and the "Tovarishch" were the first Soviet
ships that entered an international Tall Ships Race, took part in the
American Bicentennial transatlantic race in 1976 and since then she
is a regular participant in other Tall Ships Races and tall ship events
in the West, including the 1992 Columbus Regatta and Tall Ships 2000.
# 1980 change of the registered port to Tallinn, Estonia, 1991 change of
the registered port to Kaliningrad, Russia, operated by the Kaliningrad
Marine College, Russian Ministry of Fishery since 1992
# the ship sailed around the world in 1995-96 in the steps of Johann Adam
von Krusenstern who gave his name to the ship. The voyage under Captain
Oleg Sedov covered 34,242 nautical miles and took 238 days including
the journeys around Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope,
Route: Kaliningrad - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Rio de Janeiro - Kap Horn -
Tahiti - Moorea - Hawaii - Tokyo - Wladiwostok - Singapur -
Kap der Guten Hoffnung - Kapstadt - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Kaliningrad
# Johann Adam von Krusenstern (1770-1846), a Russian-Baltic seaman and
traveller, captained the first Russian sailing expedition around the world.

Regards

Steve Ellwood (Admin)
Michel Gosselin on Oct 11, 2005 22:10 (11 years ago)
it's a good shot of her. it's rare to see these of ships coming down the welland canal. it's too bad because I love these kinds of ships. :-)
Jochen Wegener on May 09, 2005 13:55 (11 years ago)
Shame on me,you are right, ist Kruzenshtern.Excuse me.
Jochen
Mikkel on May 04, 2005 08:49 (11 years ago)
It's "Kruzenchtern"

Mikkel
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