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  1. ISARSTEIN

    ISARSTEIN

    IMO 5164112 ISARSTEIN 1954 completed by Deutsche Werft A.G., Hamburg-Finkenwerder for Orlanda Reederei, Bremen (Norddeutscher Lloyd) 6.716GRT, 10.100tdw, 9.000shp 2 steam turbines geared to sc. screw, 16,25kn 1964 rebuilt by Bremer Vulkan A.G., Bremen: new stern, new bow, diesel engine 14.400bhp 2
  2. REGENSTEIN

    REGENSTEIN

    IMO 5291850 REGENSTEIN 1960 completed by Howaldtswerke Hamburg A.G. for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 10.091GRT, 12.740tdw, 9.000bhp 2SA 9cy. Howaldt/MAN, 17.5kn, heavy lift derrick 60t She is heading from Hamburg to the North Sea for sea trials. Sister ship: RIEDERSTEIN 1977 sold to new own
  3. MOSELSTEIN

    MOSELSTEIN

    IMO 5242433 MOSELSTEIN 1953 completed by Howaldtswerke Hamburg A.G. for Roland-Linie Schiffahrts GmbH, Bremen (Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen) 6.969GRT, 10.433tdw, 9.000shp 2 steam turbines BBC, Mannheim, geared to sc. shaft, 17kn 1964 rebuilt by Bremer Vulkan, Bremen-Vegesack: new bulbous bow and s
  4. ALLER

    ALLER

    ALLER 1927 completed by Bremer Vulkan A.G., Bremen-Vegesack for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 7.627GRT, 12.145tdw, 6.400ihp T3Cy 14kn, 12 passengers 1942 sold to Portuguese government, renamed SOFALA (Cia. Nacional) 1969 broken up
  5. ALSTER

    ALSTER

    ALSTER 1928 completed by Vulkan, Hamburg for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 8.514GRT, 12.880tdw, T3Cy. 6.500ihp, 14kn, 16 passengers 1940 taken as a prise in Norwegian waters, renamed EMPIRE ENDURANCE 1941 sunk by submarine torpedo 53.05N 23.14W
  6. MAIN

    MAIN

    MAIN 1927 completed by Bremer Vulkan A.G., Bremen-Vegesack for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 7.624GRT, 12.145tdw, 7.250ihp, 14.5kn, 12 passengers April 9th, 1940 sunk by Noprwegian ropedo boat DRAUG
  7. SAALE

    SAALE

    SAALE 1928 completed by Ferdinand Schichau, Danzig shipyard for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 7.262GRT, 10.715tdw, 4.200ihp, 13kn, 12 passengers 1938 renamed MARBURG, rebuilt, May 21st, 1941 sunk by mine East of Cape Dukato, Italy
  8. ERLANGEN

    ERLANGEN

    ERLANGEN 1929 completed by Blohm & Voss A.G., Hamburg for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 6.101GRT 1941 scuttled South of Montevideo to avoid capture by Royal Navy
  9. BAYERNSTEIN

    BAYERNSTEIN

    Norddeutscher Lloyd
  10. ESARO

    ESARO

    ESARO IMO 6724763 1967 completed by Jadewerft GmbH Wilhelmshafen for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 1967 ger. VESTA 1991 it. ESARO 1999 pa. MADERA VI
  11. VESTA

    VESTA

    VESTA IMO 6724763 1967 completed by Jadewerft Wilhelmshaven GmbH, Wilhelmshaven for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen, later HAPAG-LLOYD A.G., Hamburg 158GRT, 1.200bhp 4SA 8Cy. Deutz, board pull 20t, 12kn Sister ships: STELLA, TRITON, WEGA 1991 it. ESARO (Esaro S.r.L., Crotone) 1999 pa. MADERA VI
  12. LIEBENSTEIN

    LIEBENSTEIN

    LIEBENSTEIN IMO 5207926 1951 completed by Bremer Vulkan A.G., Bremen-Vegesack for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 2.353GRT, 3.125tdw, 3.900bhp 2DA 6Cy. Bremer Vulkan/MAN, 16kn, 12 passengers, Sister ship: LICHTENSTEIN (1951) Both ships employed in the service from Bremen/Hamburg etc. to the Ca
  13. PASTEUR

    PASTEUR

    PASTEUR 1938 completed by Chantiers + At. de Saint Nazaire (Penhoet) for Compganie de Navigacion Sud-Atlantique
  14. PASTEUR

    PASTEUR

    PASTEUR 1938 completed Chantiers + Ateliers de Saint Nazaire (Penhoet) for Compagnie de Navigacion Sud-Atlantique 32.336GRT 1940 trooper under Cunard management 1946 trooper for the French government for services to Indo-China (Vietnam) 1958/59 rebuilt by Bremer Vulkan 1959 ger. BREMEN 1971 gr. REG
  15. BREMEN

    BREMEN

    BREMEN IMO 5051145 1938 completed by Chantiers & At. de St.Nazaire (Penhoet), St.Nazaire, for Compagnie de Navigacion Sud-Atlantique 32.336GRT, 212m loa, 26.8m br., 60.000shp max., 4 steam turbines Parsons geared to 4 shafts, 23kn, passengers: 216 1st, 906 tourist class, crew: 544 1938 fr. PA
  16. POTSDAM

    POTSDAM

    POTSDAM 1935 completed by Blohm + Voss A.G., Hamburg for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 17.528GRT, 11.746tdw, 26.000shp 6 steam turbines geared to 2 sc. shafts 21kn, passengers 227 1st., 166 tourist class. Rebuilt, 1947 new turbines 18.000shp by A.Stephen + Sons, Glasgow, 17.5kn 1946 br.EMPIRE
  17. GNEISENAU

    GNEISENAU

    GNEISENAU 1935 completed by A.G. Weser, Bremen for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 18.184 GRT, 10.535tdw, 26.000shp, 21kn, passengers: 186 1st., 150 tourist class 1942 sunk by mine Baltic. She had been rebuilt to a trooper.
  18. SCHARNHORST

    SCHARNHORST

    SCHARNHORST 1935 completed by A.G.Weser, Bremen for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen 18.184GRT, 10.510tdw, 26.000psi, 21kn, passengers: 186 1st., 150 tourists Built for service Bremen etc to Japan 1942 sold to Japanese government. 12.1943 commissioned as auxiliary aircraft carrier JINYO 11.1944
  19. Kronprinz Wilhelm

    Kronprinz Wilhelm

    The former Kronprinz Wilhelm is seen being towed down the James River, as she nears Hampton Roads, while bound for the Philadelphia Navy Yard in the summer of 1916.
  20. MIV Horner

    MIV Horner

    Unknown port, 1964.
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