[Technical data][History][Literature][Ship's position][Append comments]
|Type of rigging:||KETSCH|
|Type of ship:||Lägerdorfer Besanewer|
|Yard:||J.H.Fack, Itzehoe, GER|
|Length (hull):||17.86 m|
|Sail area:||150 m2|
|Ship's hull:||Stahl / Steel|
|Engine:||Bohn und Kähler|
Last updated: 30 Dec 1999
- besan ewer built at the shipyard Johann Heinrich Fack in Itzehoe
without an engine in 1907, used by M.N. Fischer as a freighter
- she sailed in the ewer fleet of Lägerdorf (their measurements needs
to meet the bridges and sluices of the Lägerdorfer channel which
they have to pass), which transported cement from the factory in
Lägerdorf near Itzehoe to Hamburg return with coal
- in service until 1917, after that several changes of the owner
- 1927 enlarge of the hull, installation of a machine,
remove of the besan mast, used as inland freighter
- 1959 another change of the owner, 1960 laid up because of inprofitablety
- used as living-boat
- restoration began when the ship lover Bernd Alm bought her in 1977,
she was awarded for her original restoration by the International
Congress of Maritime Museums 1984 in Hamburg
- after a period of 6 years during which she laid up, the museum port
of Oevelgönne in Hamburh took the ship, she is maintained and
operated by a group of promotors, available for charter and day trips
We recommend the following references in the literature for your own studies.
We have marked the literatur involved in generating the ship's profile with a sign.
"Die letzten grossen Segelschiffe"
Delius Klasing Verlag 1997 ISBN: 3-7688-0483-6
(9. aktualisierte Auflage)
Delius Klasing Verlag ISSN: 0936-7624
"Besanewer "Moewe" von 1907"
"Segler in der Zeitenwende"
Chronik der Seefahrt, Verlag Egon Heinemann, Norderstedt 1977 ISBN: 3-87321-946-8
(Biografie der kleinen stählernen Frachtsegelschiffe (1880 - Gegenwart))
(basic info in the section "Dokumentation")
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