DIDE - IMO 6613586
|Photographer:||Jens Boldt [View profile]||Title:||DIDE||Added:||Jul 21, 2008|
|Captured:||November 15, 2007||IMO:||6613586||Hits:||1,191|
||General cargo ships built before 1940 (Under 3000gt)|
|Dide leaving Hamburg, 15.11.2007
The data below was kindly provided by Geerd Smit whose great-grandfather is the below mentioned Johannes Smid who sailed "Vier Gebroeders" until 1903.
Zeetjalk VIER GEBROEDERS
Built: 1901 H. Holtman & Zn., Stadskanaal, "Buinermond" dockyard, the Netherlands
Tonnage Certificate: 96 Brt, 74 Nrt, 150 Dwt; 26,50 x 5,36 x 2,20 m
Constituent: Johannes Smid (t) te Nieuw Buinen
Call sign: PWJH
The ship was launched april 1901 as a sailing ship, type zeetjalk ; test run 18 june 1901
24 febr 1917 sold to: Hein Holwerda, Harm Sloots en Klaas Eeftingh, Gasselternijveen
7 aug 1925 sold to: Harm Sloots, Gasselternijveen
13 febr 1929 sold to: Heinrich J. Waller, Abbenfleth
Subsequent name: GRAUERORT
Built in: 4 cil Deutz 150 pk
10 mrt 1951 sold to: Heinz J. Waller, Abbenfleth
june 1954 extended by Sietas dockyard, Hamburg; Tonnage Certificate 132 Brt, 74 Nrt, 200 Dwt; 32,88 x 5,34 x 2,26 m
sept 1958 rebuild Wischhafen; Tonnage Certificate: 205 Brt, 93 Nrt, 310 Dwt; 36,02 x 6,86 x 2,46 x 2,38 m
nov 1959 built in: 6 cil Deutz 200 pk
5 jan 1965 sold to: Hans Breckwoldt, Hamburg subsequent name: GESA
26 aug 1965 sold to: W. Junge, Hamburg subsequent name: DIDE
29 june 1977 sold to: Heinz A. Jungclaus
1994 Tonnage Certificate: 207 Brt, 127 Nrt, 35,20 x 6,86 x 2,69 x 2,42 m
5 april 1995 sold to: Anke Kreetz te Borgsum
Port of registry: Wyk auf Föhr, Germany
Call sign: DGMG
- collectie Oostmeijer, Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum, Groningen (Dutch flag)
- Die Chronik der deutschen Küstenmotorschiffe 1945-1995 van G.U. Detlefsen, Noordelijk scheepvaartmuseum, Groningen (German flag)
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||207 tons|
|Summer DWT:||310 tons|
|Last known position:|
|54°31’15.71” N, 8°41’17.32” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 142° (82°)|
|Arrival:||12th Jul 2018|
|8 hours 29 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 July 12th, 12:00:49 UTC||Cuxhaven<>pellworm|
|2018 June 30th, 15:00:43 UTC||Wischhafen|
|2018 June 2nd, 22:00:14 UTC||Cuxhaven|
|2017 September 25th, 18:00:52 UTC||Wischhafen|
|2017 September 25th, 08:00:33 UTC||Hamburg|
|2017 September 20th, 13:00:52 UTC||Pellworm|
|2017 September 18th, 16:00:42 UTC||Rendsburg|
|2017 August 30th, 19:00:14 UTC||Pellworm|
|2017 August 24th, 15:00:37 UTC||Brunsbuettel|
|2017 August 23rd, 15:00:04 UTC||Pellworm||
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Photo Comments (4)
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Thanks for the compliment and the info, Peter :-)
I would have guessed that she might be the oldest, but I didn't know for sure.
Now I do...
Hope she's got another century ahead of her.
nice picture from german`s oldest coaster, kind regards peter |
Hi Klaus Hubert!
As my shipspotter's day regarding photography wasn't that successful today, I was digging through the "archives" and turned up with these two photos which got lost in the crash of December 2007.
And as I'm always fascinated with her age, too, I decided to resubmit them.
Thanks for your nice comment! :-)
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Built in 1901 and still in service. Fantastic.
Interesting picture. Thank you for sharing.
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