built 1901 at the Peters-Werft in Wewelsfleth, used as a pilot schooner
in Cuxhaven under the name "No.1 Cuxhaven" until 1929.
sold to Travemünde/GER to an industrialist from Berlin, converted to
a yacht at the Schlichtig shipyard Travemünde, new name "Atalanta"
sold again to another private owner, purchased by the Deutscher
Hochseesportverband Glücksburg/GER in 1935, use as a training ship.
1939 given to the training college for airmen in Lobbe on Rügen, GER.
1945 with refugees from Stettin to Schleswig, since 1946 she has been
used as leisure ship of the Royal Air Force in Schulau, GER.
1950 sold to the banker Brinkmann, Wirtz & Co. (Alferra Allgemeine
Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH und Co.) from Hamburg/GER, sailing trips
with guests of the bank.
1991/92 decommissioned and laid up in Rendsburg/GER.
1993-94 given to the Förderverein Atalanta e.V. in Wismar/GER,
start of her restauration supported by the German government, work
was done by longtime unemployed people in Kirchdorf on the island
Poel and in Wismar until 2001.
today used for non-profit youth work and educational experience trips
or as a charter ship for firms.
the name "Atalanta" has its origin in the Greek mythology.