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"Prinz Heinrich" - Steamship
Historic Borkum steamer from 1909
The "Prinz Heinrich" was built in 1909 at the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg under the construction number: S.240 as a twin screw mail and passenger steamer for the Borkumer Kleinbahn & Dampfschiffahrts AG.
It traveled primarily between Emden and Borkum and was a supplier in both world wars. In summer 2003 the newly founded association "Traditionsschiff Prinz Heinrich" e.V. former Ems Borkum steamer from 1909 bought the old steamer.
Owner: Association "Traditionsschiff Prinz Heinrich" e.V.
Home port: Borkum
Year of construction: 1909, Meyer-Werft Papenburg
Length: 37.00 m
Width: 7,00 m
Draught: 1,80 m
Drive: 2x 150 HP steam engines
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