Ship profile for the sailing ship: "Adler von Krautsand"

Technical data of the sailing ship:

Name:Adler von Krautsand
Ex-names:Ingoratha, Walter, Hans-Walter II
Registered port:Bremen
Base port:Vegesack
Type of rigging:KETSCH
Type of ship:Besanewer
Year built:1913
Yard:Hans Jacobs, Moorrege, Uetersen, GER
Overall length:22.50 m
Length (hull):17.50 m
Breadth:4.10 m
Draught:1.35 m
Sail area:142 m2
Ship's hull:Stahl / Steel
Power:120 PS
Engine:6 Zyl. MAN

Portrait of the sailing ship:

Last update: 05 Aug 2009

  • built 1913 at the shipyard Jacobs in Moorrege, GER; christened "Adler von Krautsand", because the first owner K. Haack came from the river island Krautsand.
  • cargo ship without engine to transport building materials, fruit and vegetables to Hamburg, coastal towns or to the inland region.
  • 1924 fitted with an engine.
  • lengthening of the hull up to 50m, conversion to an inland water motor ship.
  • several changes of the owner and name of the ship.
  • 1978 salvage from being scrapped by the shiplover I. Schwarz from Hamburg, reconstruction of the ship's hull to original measurements.
  • after the death of I. Schwarz in 2005 purchased by B. and D. Pogoda from Bremen, exhaustive restoring as Besanewer (sailing barge from the river Elbe), first voyage in summer 2006 in the Baltic Sea.

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Mitteilungsblatt der Freunde des Gaffelriggs
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B.und D. Pogoda
"Mal eben schnell restauriert... ADLER VON KRAUTSAND ex INGORATHA"
Edition: 94