Dutch Preserved ships

vchiu
13th May 2006, 17:01
Deserve a tribute as well.
I propose to dedicate this thread to other vessels than the famous Rotterdam

Coming to my mind :

M.S. Hydrograaf
http://www.dutchfleet.net/viewtopic.php?p=8118&
http://www.hollandsglorie.nl/zeilen/huur_zeilschip_boek_zeilreis_reserveren/schip/?backPID=30&tt_products=19

Was a steamship, regretfully motorized now

S.T Furie : a 1916 Steam Tug
http://www.furie.nl/index.php?pageid=13


CHRISTIAAN BRUNINGS
ADELAAR
DOCKYARD V
FINLAND
PIETER BOELE
NOORDZEE...........
most visible on http://www.stoomvaart.nl/site_eng.htm

There are certainly many others. Would other members more familiar with Netherlands Step up?

Jan Hendrik
13th May 2006, 17:21
Vchiu,
You find some of these vessels already in the Gallery or the Main page.
Just go to the search button in both places.
Jan

vchiu
13th May 2006, 17:32
I did not find the Hydrograaf, however.
I am looking for some good pictures of her as she is one I like very much

I would be even very pleased to get her drawings...

Jan Hendrik
13th May 2006, 17:40
I just posted the "Gebr Bever" for you.
Time permitting I will post the Pieter Boele this week end.
You can find few other Dutch preserved vessels in same thread.

You can see a lot of those vessels when you visit Dordrecht 19th-21st May as they hold the two yearly event of : "Dordt in stoom" (Dordt in Steam).

Jan

vchiu
14th May 2006, 13:33
Was in Dort in Stoom 2002.
An excellent experience.

This time, I am in China.
Difficult to take the plane for a weekend.

Bob S
14th May 2006, 17:06
Seen at Amsterdam on the 1st August 1997.

Bob S
14th May 2006, 17:07
Seen at Den Helder on the 10th May 2000

Bob S
14th May 2006, 17:09
Seen at Amsterdam on the 1st August 1997.

vchiu
16th May 2006, 17:52
Seems this one is an ex RN ship manned by Dutch enthusiasts
Pictured it in Dort in Stoom 2002

I have been told there still is a triple expansion machine inside

ruud
17th May 2006, 07:48
Ahoy vchiu,

Just look around,at this site:
http://www.elfin.nl/starten.html

vchiu
18th May 2006, 07:29
Thank you Ruud

A very nice preservation feat indeed.

SAS Amatola
6th April 2007, 21:13
rumour has it that a Dutch group are interested in purchasing the former steam pilot vessel Alwyn Vintcent for preservation. Anyone concerned here please contact me.

duquesa
6th April 2007, 21:48
Wasn't or isn't the old coaster "Gasselte" preserved somewhere?

AVD
12th May 2007, 12:23
I did not find the Hydrograaf, however.
I am looking for some good pictures of her as she is one I like very much

I would be even very pleased to get her drawings...


There are lot's of pictures of Pakjesboot 12....

http://sinterklaas.moppentap.nl/plaatjes/a/sint28.jpg

The Hydrograaf is the ship wich Sinterklaas uses a few days a year ;)


More pictures (also of the luxurious inside of this ship):
http://www.hollandsglorie.nl/zeilen/schepen_paginas/stoomschip_hydrograaf_de_enige_echte_pakjesboot_nr _12_stoomboot_van_sinterklaas/

PhilColebrook
20th August 2007, 14:20
Go the Dutch!

Me and my good lady are booked on the Rotterdam for the opening ceremonies in May 2008. Can't wait!

vchiu
16th October 2007, 14:15
Browsing the web, I found 2 more interesting preservation processes :

http://www.msbernisse.nl/index-en.html
An ex Dutch Mine sweeper beutifully restored and in working operation

http://www.zeesleepbootelbe.nl/
An impressive Deep SeaTug of 1959. maybe the largest ever preserved. Very nice state of repair.

and another nice tug with very classic lines :
http://www.museumschiphudson.com/

Jan Hendrik
16th October 2007, 15:06
Vchiu
Here are few photos of some vessels you mentioned which I took in Rotterdam earlier this year.
Jan

Bernisse, berthed in Waalhaven

Hydrograaf, berthed in Veerhaven

Mr-Tomcat
17th October 2007, 20:46
Has anyone any up to date pictures of the tug Elbe? Like to see some if possible.

Thanks in advance Andrew.