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Portuguese training ship SAGRES.
· Date: Tue, 3 September 19 · Views: 149
· Filesize: 31.7kb, 59.5kb · Dimensions: 671 x 900 ·
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Keywords: Sagres
Source of Image, If not your own: NIMH
Location photo was taken: Den Helder
Date photo was taken: Aug. 1933
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jan botter
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Tue, 3 September 19 05:40

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stein
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Tue, 3 September 19 05:42

A lucky ship, she survived two world wars. In WW1 First as Hamburg registered Max on the Chilean nitrate run, until she was seized in a Portuguese port on the day Portugal entered the war. Then from 1916 as Portuguese Government owned Flores carrying war material across the Atlantic. In WW2, now named Sagres she was one of the very few training ships to carry on throughout that war. Many pictures shows her with rubber rafts in the shrouds, they are presumably from this period.
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