"Hurtigruten" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurtigruten) ship ARIADNE of 1930. Lots of information here: http://www.warsailors.com/singleships/ariadne.html and here:
HMS Ariadne was a Leander-class frigate of the Royal Navy. She was launched in 1971, was sold to Chile in 1992 and renamed General Baquedano and sunk as a target hulk in 2004.
Photo of the vessel being launched on 10 September 1971 from her builder Yarrows Scotstoun shipyard.
Category: Cargo vessel
Type: General Cargo
Type Deck: Shelterdeck open
Masts: Two masts
Yard: N.V. Boele's Scheepswerven &amp; Machinefabriek, Slikkerveer, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Yard nr.: 612
Date Laid Down: 19
Seen 1990 in The Weterschelde bound for Antwerp this tanker had a certain familiarity about it. It was only by checking Lloyds Register that I realised she had begun life as the Constantine collier Thameswood. Built 1957 she was 1,585 gr tons. She was certainly built to last one way or another.
The Finnish passenger vessel Ariadne berthed in the South Harbour of Helsinki, photographed in the mid 1950's.
The Ariadne (2497 GRT / 1426 NRT) was also known as the ´Pearl of the Baltic´, because of her yacht-like appearance. She was launched on Sept. 15th, 1913 by the Lindholmens Verkstads A/B,
SMS Ariadne was a light cruiser of the German Imperial Navy and the fifth vessel of the Gazelle-class.
SMS Ariadne (2659/3006 ts) was launched on Aug. 10th, 1900 by A.G. Weser, Bremen and commissioned on May 18th, 1901.
During the trials runs in 1901 Ariadne suffered casualties when on July 11th a
Cruise vessel Ariadne purchased by Hapag in 1957 from Swedish Lloyd as Patricia. Built 1951 of 7.764 NRT she was sold by Hapag only after a mere two year's trial with cruising to Eastern Cruise Line with same name for Carribean cruising, what she did many years with success.
Hapag never again made a