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  1. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    The first large sized German warship built after World War I. Originally coal-fired but converted to oil in 1934 and appearance has been altered several times. She was largely designed for foreign service with particular attention being paid to accommodation. EMDEN: From 1926 made 9 foreign cruises
  2. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    The first medium sized German warship built after World War I. Originally coal-fired but converted to oil in 1934 and appearance has been altered several times. She was largely designed for foreign service with particular attention being paid to accommodation. [B]Photograph by A. Renard of Kiel (193
  3. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    The first large sized German warship built after World War I. Originally coal-fired but converted to oil in 1934 and appearance has been altered several times. She was largely designed for foreign service with particular attention being paid to accommodation. EMDEN: From 1926 made 9 foreign cruises
  4. M.V. Falderntor-(5167920)-(Bereederungs Schiffahrts GmbH KG, Emden)

    M.V. Falderntor-(5167920)-(Bereederungs Schiffahrts GmbH KG, Emden)

    Motor Vessel Falderntor, launched, as Motor Vessel Jakob Ekkenga, Wednesday, 05/09/1956, to yard number 437, by Joseph L. Meyer Schiffswerft & Maschinenfabrik, Papenburg, Germany, and completed and delivered, Tuesday, 16-10-1956, to Emden Heringsfaßfabriek GmbH., Emden, Germany; Gross Registered Ton
  5. Autoline

    Autoline

    Loading VWs at Emden. She is now been converted to a livestock carrier and is currently named Express 1, under the Panama flag.
  6. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    EMDEN alongside at Autoport,Halifax on 2nd August 2013. IMO: 8602828, MMSI: 355051000 Ship Type: Ro-ro/vehicles carrier. Year Built: 1987 Yard:TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.,TADOTSU, JAPAN. Owner:CANOPUS MARITIME CO LTD,Japan. Manager:ESCOBAL JAPAN LTD,Japan. Length : 177 m ,Beam:30 m,DEPTH
  7. Emden

    Emden

    Ro-ro vessel Emden being tugged in river Sado to Setúbal port, Portugal, on 30th March 2013.
  8. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    Vehicles carrier EMDEN inbound,Halifax,N.S. on 3rd August 2012. IMO: 8602828, MMSI: 355051000 Ship Type: Ro-ro/vehicles carrier. Year Built: 1987 Yard:TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.,TADOTSU, JAPAN. Owner:CANOPUS MARITIME CO LTD,Japan. Manager:ESCOBAL JAPAN LTD,Japan. Length : 177 m ,Beam:30 m,DEPT
  9. EMDEN

    EMDEN

    Vehicles carrier EMDEN inbound at Maughers Beach,McNabs Island,Halifax on 3rd August 2012. IMO: 8602828, MMSI: 355051000 Ship Type: Ro-ro/vehicles carrier. Year Built: 1987 Yard:TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.,TADOTSU, JAPAN. Owner:CANOPUS MARITIME CO LTD,Japan. Manager:ESCOBAL JAPAN LTD,Japan. Len
  10. Tugs in Emden

    Tugs in Emden

    Some steam tugs moored in the industrial port of Emden in the early 1930's. In the background we have the huge launchways and cranes of Nordseewerke Emden. This wharf was founded on March 11th, 1903 and is currently one of the oldest among the still-existing shipyards in Germany. The company built
  11. Emden

    Emden

    Federal German navy Bremen class frigate Emden in Bergen, Norway.
  12. Emden III

    Emden III

    The German light cruiser Emden (5300/6990 ts), the third to bear the name Emden. It was launched on Jan. 6th, 1925 by the Reichsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven, the first major German warship after WWI. She made a series of world cruises to show the flag and trained a large number of cadets between 1926 a
  13. Emden

    Emden

    German cruiserWW1
  14. Cruiser Emden.During his overseas visit.

    Cruiser Emden.During his overseas visit.

  15. Emden

    Emden

    Emden berthed in Trieste
  16. EMS

    EMS

    Good looking old lday, still serving well as survey ship. Built 1934 at Jos.L. Meyer, Papenburg (Germany) Regards Manfred
  17. Emden

    Emden

    The car carrier Emden (V.A.G Transport) berthing alongside the new car terminal in Durban harbour. Assisted by 2 portnet tugs
  18. Emden

    Emden

    The German light cruiser Emden that in the first world war captured 23 ships within 70 days, before she met the Austalian light cruiser Sydney north of the Cocos Islands. Her exploits have been admired by all, the British included. She has been the subject of a colorful semi-do***entary by German te
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