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Schulschiff Deutschland
5. voyage to foreighn countries, 1931/1932.
Capetown/South Africa, December 1931.
Details see here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schulschiff_Deutschland
· Date: Wed, 6 November 19 · Views: 354
· Filesize: 38.8kb, 445.3kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 739 ·
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Keywords: SCHULSCHIFF DEUTSCHLAND
Location photo was taken: Capetown/SA
Date photo was taken: Dec. 1931
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stein
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Wed, 6 November 19 13:51

A beautiful ship. Irritating that line that spans her whole side and destroys the perfect harmony of her hull lines. (I wonder what that is btw. Being nearly horizontal, and quite long, it cannot be a mooring line?)
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Bootsmann

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Wed, 6 November 19 14:59

Looks like a mooring line in the front part of the photo from a ship not in the image.
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stein
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Wed, 6 November 19 15:58

Yes, the quite logical explanation is generaly the right one, even though it is also the most boring one and there are some initially strange aspects about its pictorial representation. Here is a picture of another ship in Cape Town where there is no room for doubt about the foreground mooring line(s): https://www.flickr.com/photos/hilton-t/43377599230/
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