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  1. Passat

    Passat

    They must be chipping rust. Although I cannot observe any tool, theses odd acrobatic contortions must mean they are trying to get at hard to reach surfaces with the chipping hammer. Picture taken aboard Erikson owned Passat
  2. PASSAT

    PASSAT

    PASSAT obviously discharging grain.
  3. Passat

    Passat

    Passat, four men at the wheel.
  4. PASSAT

    PASSAT

    Postcard showing the Maashaven and the (German?) cargo ship PASSAT. She visited Rotterdam quite often and mostly from Narvik with ore. Any info on this vessel?
  5. PASSAT

    PASSAT

  6. PASSAT

    PASSAT

    Like the PAMIR the ship was condemned to be broken up at Antwerp in 1951. However, both were 'salvaged' by the German company Schliewen in May 1951 and converted to training ships for the German mercantile marine. They passed Flushing with destination Hamburg on 6th June 1951.
  7. Passat

    Passat

    Built by Blohm & Voss in 1911 IMO 5614581 Preserved at Travemunde, Germany
  8. Passat

    Passat

    4 mast barque Passat (oil painting on panel 50x40cm)
  9. Passat

    Passat

  10. Passat

    Passat

    IMO number: 9326964 Type of ship: Container ship MMSI: 305965000 Gross tonnage: 9990 tons DWT: 11209 tons Built: 2005 Builder: JJ Siestas Schiffswerft, Hamburg. Flag: Antigua & Barbuda Home port : Saint John's Class society: Germanischer Lloyd Manager & owner: Moje Reederei, Drochtersen,
  11. Mineship Passat 1940

    Mineship Passat 1940

    The Norwegian motor tanker Storstad seen here after being converted into the German auxiliary mineship Passat in October 1940. The Storstad (8998 grt / 5217 nrt) was launched on 21 Oct 1925 by Blythswood Shipbuilding Co., Scotstoun for A. F. Klaveness & Co., Oslo. She was powered by two 6-cyl.
  12. PASSAT

    PASSAT

    PASSAT at Travemunde.
  13. PASSAT

    PASSAT

    PASSAT - Travemunde, 18.5.2007
  14. Passat

    Passat

    German m/v PASSAT, imo 6724725/ 74,7m/ 560gt/ 13kn; 1967 completed by Atlas Werke AG, Bremen, for Partenrederei Ehepaar Bogel, HB, Bremen; 1972 PUNGUE (2), Companhia Colonial de Navegação, Lisbon, for Mozambique coastwise service; 1976 NATALIA, Companhia Moçambicana de Navegação, Mozambique; 1977 VE
  15. Passat

    Passat

    The German m/v PASSAT, imo 6724725/ 74,7m/ 560gt/ 13kn; 1967 completed by Atlas Werke AG, Bremen, for Partenrederei Ehepaar Bogel, HB, Bremen; 1972 PUNGUE (2), Companhia Colonial de Navegação, Lisbon, for Mozambique coastwise service; 1976 NATALIA, Companhia Moçambicana de Navegação, Mozambique; 19
  16. Passat

    Passat

    A ship that doesn't really need an introduction. Now preserved in Travemunde, Germany in excellent condition. Travemunde, 01/04/07.
  17. Passat

    Passat

    4-m steel barque built by Blohm et Voss, Hamburg in 1911. Today a museum ship in Travemuende, as which we have had several pictures posted here.
  18. Passat and Parma

    Passat and Parma

    Passat and Parma in Hamburg in 1931. The Parma on the right was built as Arrow by Rodger, Pt. Glasgow in 1902 for Anglo Am. Oil Co. of 2971tons. In 1912 she went to F. Laeisz of Hamburg and was named Parma. In 1931 she went to the Australian sea writer Alan Villiers in company with the Åland captain
  19. Passat

    Passat

    Passat with but little cargo and no wind whatever: time to take a photograph; the empty boat falls can be seen right aft. Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg for F. Laeisz in 1911. 1919 interned in Iquique, 1919 handed to the French, 1922 bought back by Laeisz, 1932 to Erikson of Mariehamn. 1951 to b
  20. Travemunde

    Travemunde

    The Passat, several pictures of her here already. Worth a visit if you're in the north of Germany. If you are going from Sweden to Germany, pick a ferry that lands there. No running rigging on her, and a bit of the standing missing as well, but still impressive. German efficiency in a sailer. Stein
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