Ship profile for the sailing ship: "Bergère de Domrémy BR5929"

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Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Matthias Berghahn, Douarnenez , 07/2002

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Matthias Berghahn,
Douarnenez,
07/2002

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Matthias Berghahn, Douarnenez , 07/2002

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Matthias Berghahn,
Douarnenez,
07/2002

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Volker Gries, Sail Brest / Cutty Sark 2002 , 07/2002

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Volker Gries,
Sail Brest / Cutty Sark 2002,
07/2002

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Volker Gries, Brest/Douarnenez 2008 , 07/2008

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Volker Gries,
Brest/Douarnenez 2008,
07/2008

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Volker Gries, Les Tonnerres de Brest 2012 , 07/2012

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Volker Gries,
Les Tonnerres de Brest 2012,
07/2012

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Volker Gries, Les Tonnerres de Brest 2012 , 07/2012

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Volker Gries,
Les Tonnerres de Brest 2012,
07/2012

Bergère de Domrémy BR5929, Volker Gries, Temps fete Douarnenez 2016 , 07/2016

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Volker Gries,
Temps fete Douarnenez 2016,
07/2016

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Technical data of the sailing ship:

Name:Bergère de Domrémy BR5929
Registered port:Brest
Nation:FRA
Type of rigging:SLUP
Type of ship:Sloop Coquillier
Year built:1936
Yard:Auguste Tertu, Le Fret, FRA
Overall length:11.40 m
Length (hull):10.58 m
Breadth:4.00 m
Draught:1.80 m
Ship's hull:Holz / Wood

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Last update: 04 Nov 2002

  • "Bergère de Domrémy" is a so-called Sloop Coquillier, a French fishing boat common in the area of Brest, of the more than 200 boats only a few still exist and are used for recreation purposes or as museum boats today.
  • built in 1936 at the shipyard M. Auguste Tertu in Le Fret, FRA.
  • since 1982 she is the property of the association An Test who maintains and operates the boat.
  • 1989-2002 general overhaul at the museum shipyard Chantier du Guip in Brest.