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Category:Moshulu (ship, 1904)

Moshulu 
barque
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Instance offour-masted barque,
floating restaurant
Location Center City, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
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Home port
Inception
  • 1975
39° 56′ 32.64″ N, 75° 08′ 27.96″ W
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Moshulu (it); Moshulu (fr); Moshulu (sv); Moshulu (oc); Moshulu (nl); Moshulu (ca); Moshulu (frr); Moshulu (de); Moshulu (fi); Moshulu (en); Moshulu (en-ca); Moshulu (en-gb); Moshulu (es) bricbarca de cuatro palos (es); quatre-mâts barque à coque acier (fr); barque (en); Bark (de); boot, drijvend restaurant (nl) Kurt, Dreadnought, Oplag (de)
English: The Moshulu was a four-masted barque built of steel in 1904 by W. Hamilton & Co., Port Glasgow, Scotland, as the Kurt for G.J.H. Siemers & Co., Hamburg. The hull was of the three-island type and she was rigged with royals over double top-gallant sails. Her dimensions are 102,2x14,3x8,1 meters [335'3x46'9x26'6] and with a tonnage of 3109 GRT, 2875 NRT and 5300 DWT.[1]

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