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Alexander von Humboldt (IMO No: 9144196)

Cruise Ships Posted on 2010-09-05 18:05:19

On the way to Hamburg for DD (Blohm & Voss) – Bowthruster rep
V SHIPS LEISURE SAM, Monte Carlo, MONACO
chartered to Phoenix Reisen, Germany
*1990 Okean Shipyard, Nikolaiew (#01)
rebuild 1996 Mariotti Yard, Genoa, (#595)
L: 133.21m B: 20.00m D: 4.50m
GT: 12,449 DWT: 2,004to. 335 Pax
MAN-B&W PC2-6E 6,920 kW 16.0kn



AMMERSEE (A1425)

Navy Posted on 2010-09-05 18:01:32

seen at the Marinearsenal Kiel 05-08-07
Walchensee Class Coastal Oiler commissioned 02-03-1967
Length: 74.2m Beam: 11.2m Draft: 4.1m
Displacement 2191t
Propulsion: 1 shaft, 2 MWM diesel engines,total 1010kW Speed: 12.5kts
Capacity: 1100t of fuel, 60t fresh water
Complement: 21 (civilians)



MEERSBURG (A 1418)

Navy Posted on 2010-09-05 17:55:11


Kiel Navy Port end 80s
Class 701 C
Auxiliary Ship 1.Ubootgeschwader, Eckernförde
*1966
L: 114.30m B: 13.20m D: 4.00m
Displacement: 3,710ts
2 Maybach Diesel 5,600 BHP 17.00kn
Decommissioned 2004



USS MISSISSIPPI (CGN 40)

Navy Posted on 2010-09-05 17:53:26

VIRGINIA class of nuclear powered guided missile cruisers
Commissioned: August 5, 1978
Builder: Newport News Shipbuilding Co., Newport News, Va.
Propulsion system: two D2G General Electric nuclear reactors Speed: 30+ knots
Length: 178 meters Beam: 19.2 meters Draft: 9.6 meters
Displacement: approx. 11,300 tons full load

Armament: two Mk-26 missile launcher for Standard missiles (MR) and ASROC, two Mk-141 Harpoon missile launchers, two armored box launchers for Tomahawk ASM/LAM, Mk-46 torpedoes from two triple mounts, two 5-inch/54 caliber Mk-45 lightweight guns, two 20mm Phalanx CIWS, four machine guns
Crew: 39 Officers, 539 Enlisted

Decommissioned: July 28, 1997
The ship is currently berthed at the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Bremerton, WA, awaiting final disposal by recycling



ROMMEL (D187)

Navy Posted on 2010-09-05 17:50:01


During Kiel Week in the 80s
German destroyer (Class 103B – Lütjens)
*1970 Bath Iron Works
L: 134,78m B: 14,38m D: 6,37m
70.000 HP steam turbines 33kn
Displacement 4.162to
Scrapped in 2002 in Aliaga, Turkey





PHÖNIX (IMO No: 8137275)

Harbour Ferries Posted on 2010-09-05 17:47:02

1995 in Kiel-Canal
*1959 Krögerwerft, Rendsburg (1128)
Built as Schilksee for KVAG, Kiel (Sold in 1983)
Uwe Melzer, Berlin
137 GT
L: 33,32m B: 6,23m D: 1,31m
300 Pax
1 MaK 147 kW 11,0kn.
Sold in 2001 to Zegluga Pomorska, Poland.
Renamed ARNO II



POSEIDON IV (IMO No: 6412920)

Harbour Ferries Posted on 2010-09-05 17:45:49


Seen in early 90s in Gedser
SEETOURISTIK GMBH & CO. KG, Flensburg
*1964 ULSTEIN MEK. ULSTEIN (26)
GT: 1,240
L: 65.51m B: 11.84m D: 2.89m
827 Pax
2,640 bhp 16 knots
Sold and renamed PEARL CRUISE II (Sri Lanka)
A passenger service between Colombo and Tuticorin in India was planned
Sold for scrap in 2006



FIRST LADY (IMO No: 7214545)

Harbour Ferries Posted on 2010-09-05 17:43:02


In Kiel Fjord late 80s
Trading between Kiel and Bagenkop (Duty Free)
*1972 HDW, Hamburg
L: 76,03m B:12,06m D:3,44m
GT 1.586 1.000 Pax 4.600 HP 18,50 knots
Renamed ATLANTIS in 2000


Kiel Canal



LANGELAND III (IMO No: 8702446)

Ferries Posted on 2010-09-05 17:40:31

Kiel-Fjord 1991
Langeland-Kiel Linien A/S, Bagenkop
*1989 Svendborg Skipsværft A/S, Svendborg
L: 91,80m B: 18,0m D: 3,80m
4000 kW 15,7kn 1.080 Pax 140 Cars
Sold 1998 to Jadrolinija, Rijeka
Renamed PETAR HEKTOROVIC
Trading Split-Vis



LANGELAND II (IMO No: 7618246)

Ferries Posted on 2010-09-05 17:39:25

Kiel Fjord in 1987
Langeland-Kiel Linien, Bagenkop
Ferry between Kiel and Bagenkop
*1977 Scheepswerf Hoogezand, Hoogezand
L: 70,01m B: 16,24m D: 3,81m.
GT 1.500 650 Passengers 90 Cars
2.612 Kw 15.5 knots
Sold in 1989 to Emeraude Ferries, St. Malo
renamed SOLIDOR II later SOLIDOR 2




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