The 4-masted barque Peking (1911) and the tug Helen McAllister (1900) in South Street Seaport, New York.
Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
1965 completed by J.Oelkers, Hamburg
for Petersen + Alpers, Hamburg
135GRT, diesel-electric drive, 650bhp oil engine Maybach, AEG electric motor 525hp, "Kort" nozzle (directional propeller)
Sister ships: KARl, ISE
1978 capsized and sank whilst assisting HANS KRÜGER. One crew mem
1954 completed by Jadewerft GmbH, Wilhelmshaven
for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G., Bremen
700bhp, 1 Voith-Schneider-Propeller
One of the small maneuverable Voith-Schneider-Propeller tugs built in 1954 for Norddeutscher Lloyd A.G. for service in Bremen.
1977 she was granted to the "Deut