Hanseatic Cog "Ubena von Bremen"
In 1962 the Hanseatic cog from Bremen was discovered in the mud of the River Weser
During harbor extension work in 1962 the Hanseatic cog from Bremen was discovered in the mud of the River Weser. It is the only remaining, relatively well preserved ship wreck, which depicts the North European art of shipbuilding.
Owner: Verein Hanse-Koggewerft e.V.
Home port: Bremerhaven
Year of construction: 1991
Length over the castle deck: 23,23 m
Length over the stern: 22,66 m
Width over the putlog: 7,62 m
Width over the deck: 6,46 m
Draught without freight: 1,25 m
Draught with freight: 2,25 m
Sail area: 150 to 200 m
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