GROSSHERZOGIN ELISABETH - IMO 5309413
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|Guest on Jan 06, 2008 22:16 (8 years ago)|
Good to hear that some members are appreciative :-o
|Jochen Wegener on Jan 06, 2008 21:37 (8 years ago)|
you are doing a great job: thank you.
All the best
|Guest on Nov 12, 2007 17:38 (8 years ago)|
Just to let you know that I have moved yOur photograph to the TALL SHIPS CATEGORY.
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Former names: San Antonio, Santoni, Buddi, Ariadne
Registered port: Elsfleth
Type of rigging: 3-MAST-SCHONER
Year built: 1909
Yard: Scheepswerft Jan Smit, Alblasserdam, NL
Overall length: 63.70 m
Length (hull): 53.10 m
Breadth: 8.23 m
Draught: 2.36 m
Sail area: 1010 m2
Ship's hull: Stahl / Steel
Power: 400 PS
# built on order of the Dutch shipowner Andreas Hammerstein at the shipyard of Jan Smit in Alblasserdam as 3-masted schooner with collapsible masts and auxiliary engine, launched on August 19th, 1909 and christened the "San Antonio".
# used between 1910 and 1913 as freighter to the Mediterranean, South America and in the North and Baltic Sea.
# run aground on January 25th, 1914 at the coast of Morocco near Rabat, however she came free with the help of her machine.
# capsize in winter 1929 with a timber cargo load next to Copenhagen, she could be salvaged and get on the road again.
# 1936 converted to a motor coaster with a new engine and an auxiliary rig
# at outbreak of the war the owner flew on board the ship to England, since 1940 she has been to transport evacuees and for reinforcements in the allied convoys.
# 1947 sold to Swedish owners, renamed the "Buddi", used as supplier for Swedish towns on the coasts following several changes of the owner
and the renaming to "Santoni".
# bought by captain Hartmut Paschburg from Hamburg in August 1973, she was in a poor and neglected condition, rebuilt at the shipyard van Kroosz in
Wischhaven and the shipyard in Stade, conversion to a 3-masted schooner for cruising the Mediterranean and Caribbean, renamed the "Ariadne", has been used as sailing cruiser until autumn 1981.
# found by shipowner and captain Horst Werner Janssen from Elsfleth/GER in the port of Pireßs in October 1981, who chartered the ship and transported her to Elsfleth, in January 1982 the organization "Schulschiffverein Großherzogin Elisabeth" e.V. was founded, renaming of the ship to "Großherzogin Elisabeth" after a former sailing schoolship based in the town (the today's "Duchesse Anne").
# in June 1983 the administrative district Wesermarsch bought her with the financial help of the federal state Niedersachsen and the town Elsfleth, used for educational voyages in the North Sea and Baltic Sea and as a as a floating boarding school for young seamen in winter time in the following years.
# 1993 a heavy fire caused by welding during a overhaul in the shipyard of Elsfleth damaged the ship, with great commitment of the Schulschiffverein and other sponsors these damages could be repaired, she became the property of the Schulschiffverein "Großherzogin Elisabeth".
Ship has a web sit (German Language) @ http://www.grossherzogin-elisabeth.de/
Steve Ellwood (admin)
|Rogério Cordeiro on Aug 14, 2006 21:44 (10 years ago)|
Great photo my friend!
Port of Registry: Elsfleth (Germany)
Call Sign: DGEN
Ex-names: San Antonio; Buddi: Santoni; San Antonio; Ariadne
Built by: Verolme Scheepswerf Alblasserdam B.V., Alblasserdam (Netherlands) in 1909
Type/class: yatch (tall ship)
Thanks for posted this great picture here!
Rogério Cordeiro (Brasil) :-D
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