Ship profile for the sailing ship: "Anna Rogde"
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Technical data of the sailing ship:
|Ex-names:||Anna af Bergen|
|Type of rigging:||SCHONER|
|Yard:||Bangsund Shipyard, Namsos|
|Overall length:||27.40 m|
|Sail area:||444 m2|
|Ship's hull:||Holz / Wood|
|Engine:||Scania 400 hp|
Portrait of the sailing ship:
Last update: 27 Aug 2022
- launched at Bangsund Skipsverft in Namsos in 1868.
- 1872 bought by the skipper from Hardanger Isak Rogde, renamed to "Anna af Bergen", he got married to Anna from Kjøtta, so the ship was called "Anna Rogde".
- because of its long and rich history she is called "the sailing queen of Norway" by its lovers.
- used as a freighter along the coastline of Norway, the Baltic sea, and along other coastlines of other countries in the South like Portugal.
- the living proof of Norway's old shipbuilding traditions, probably the oldest still sailing schooner of the world.
- owned by the Rogde family from the island Kjotta in Harstad for three generations now.
- available for local daytrips, voyages to the Lofoten Islands and along the Norwegian coast as well as for conference services.
- ship is run by the foundation "Stiftelsen Anna Rogde" and has its own support group called "Anna Rogdes Venner", all the work onboard is voluntary work from enthusiasts.
- in 2000 and 2008 she participated the Sail Brest festival.
- 2010 the foundation merged with Sør-Troms Museum, still operated by volunteers with government financial support.
Contact:Website (norsk, 27 Aug 2022):
Anna Rogde: short description of her history, some news, contact address, links
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Ein interaktives Informationssystem auf CD-ROM 1998
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