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RITA DOLLING - IMO 5148998

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Photographer:
Mike Griffiths [ View profile ]
Added:
Feb 26, 2016
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Image Resolution:
1,800 x 1,201

Description:

Henry Dolling, Hamburg
Rozenburg (1980 app)

Builder: Rickmers Werft AG, Bremerhaven
Engines: Deutz 184kW (250 bhp)
Launched: 21/1/50 as the TRINCHEN BEHRENDS (miramar data)

Vessel
particulars

Current name:
GREUNDIEK

Former name(s):

 -  Rita Dolling (Until 1986)

 -  Hermann Hans (Until 1965)

Vessel Type:
Museum Ship
Gross tonnage:
348 tons
Summer DWT:
530 tons
Length:
47 m
Beam:
7 m
Draught:
2.3 m

AIS Position
of this ship

Last known position:
53°36’12.79” N, 9°28’43.91” E
Status:
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 144.3° (251°)
Destination:
 - Location:
Gutvik
 - Arrival:
13th Jul 2024 / 20:00:49 UTC
Last update:
1 day ago
Source:
AIS (ShipXplorer)

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This ship exists in the following categories:

Ship Interior - 3 photos

Museum Ships - 96 photos

Ship's engine rooms - 4 photos

Wheelhouse - 4 photos

Ship's Deck - 1 photos

General cargo ships including more than one ship - 1 photos

General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Under 3000gt) - 7 photos

Photographers
of this ship

(49)

Helge Barth

1 photos

Tim Becker

1 photos

Phil English

2 photos

simonwp

1 photos

Frits Olinga

2 photos

PWR

1 photos

DEREK SANDS

1 photos

Patrick Hill

1 photos

Jan Ove

1 photos

Fred

1 photos

Ulf Kornfeld

3 photos

Arne J

5 photos

Willi Thiel

1 photos

chz65

1 photos

Sascha Heuer

1 photos

Jens Boldt

1 photos

jens smit

9 photos

Captain Ted

1 photos

Arnold Pohen

2 photos

Klaus Kehrls

5 photos

Marius H

1 photos

Axel aus Do

1 photos

Nicolaus

1 photos

nordwelle

1 photos

Marcus-S

4 photos

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...indeed, far nicer and cheap to maintain relatively speaking..

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A more manageable size for a museum ship than the doomed BERGE STAHL, as was suggested elsewhere...

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