- Type: North Sea Klipper
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- Built by: Kalkman, Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands
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- Date of completion: 1899
- Length over all: 33,2 m
- LPP: m
- Beam: 6,2 m
- Draught: 1,90 m
- Height: Air draught 28,75 m
- GRT: 119
- NET: 170
- Sails: 415 m2
- Main engine: 160 hp (120 kW) Hundested 2 cylinder diesel engine
- Speed: 6 kn
- Passengers: 15
- Crew: 4
- 1899 Named: ALBATROS for Capt. Jon Muller Flag: Netherlands
- 1920 Sold to Capt. Lolk from Svendborg Flag: Denmark
- 1933 First engine installed 80 hp
- 1941 Sold to Capt. Rasmussen from Hobro Flag Denmark Ship used to rescue Jews and political dissidents out of Nazi-occupied Denmark to neutral Sweden, carrying back guns and explosives for the Danish Resistance crammed between her cargo.
- 1964 Rigging reduced to steadying sails, stronger engine installed.
- 1978 Laid up in Copenhagen.
- 1980 Sold to Capt. Ton Brouwer Flag: Netherlands
- 1987 Restoration under supervision of Germanischer Loyd. In service again.
- 1998 Cargohold refurbished and converted to sailing passenger ship.
- 2000 Chartered by Greenpeace and used as a waterborne venue for children's environmental education along the coast of Holland.
- Look up "IMO 5008356"
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Albatros (ship, 1899) (24 F)