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peter barc




Registered: August 2007
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Dont know to much about this one, Early 70s she was on Charter to RMS Duisburg had a crew of 3 and I remember the Capts name was Peter and Mate was Franz, this ship I believe started life as a sailing Ship, maybe here we can find some more info on her ????????

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· Date: Fri, 9 March 07 · Views: 344
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GALTRA
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Registered: March 2006
Posts: 1,447
Fri, 9 March 07 19:36

Peter, I have a Juv built 1939 as the Gretchen by C.Luhring, Brake renamed Castor in1961 and Juv in 1965. Owner Alfred Vogelsang, Bremen. 133'.5'' x 23'.1' x 8'.5''. 1 hold 1 hatch. 300 bhp. 7.5 kn. Lenthened 1950. In 1982 she was owned by Peter Manheller and Heinz Abeling Bremen. She's a lovely looking ship and I can see that she may have had sails. Charley
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John Baird
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Registered: January 2007
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Sat, 10 March 07 04:39

Hi Peter. Lovely photo . She looks like she carried sail during her career . I know that lot of small Danes followed the same pattern . These were the forerunner to the now enless stream of low air draught coasters. Thats where the similarity ended . The things nowadays look like nothing .
John
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peter barc

Registered: August 2007
Sat, 10 March 07 05:40

Galtra,
Yes thats the one because the Skipper Peter was owner, also a crew member had a share who was HeinZ, we used to spend a lot of time alongside them in Rotterdam weatherbound on the stieljeskade, a typical group of coasters in those days that used that quay for weather were us ie Warfleth, Marga Kiepe, Thyra Behrens, Eldor (small one 400 tonner) Bernd B, Eberstein, Georgena B Capt Maurice), Maren C, Sea Ems,and the early Union Boats, Star, Moon,and Sun, Venus, so you can imagine the atmosphere on a night in the Pub opposite us the Rijn & Zeevaart all the capts and mates on one side and us boys all on the other and from there if we had enough money left down to the local Bar Het Coaster to see whats available..

John,
I seem to remember that her funnel was the aftermast as all the exhaust gases went thru the mast and out of the Top..
Peter
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