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Baltic Beauty 1926

Postby john sefton » Sun Jul 15, 2018 9:47 pm

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Baltic Beauty is a two-masted small brigantine sailing ship. The steel hulled boat has wooden superstructure and has a sail area of around 452 square metres. Facilities on the ship include a large kitchen, bar, two toilets with shower and a sauna. The ship can accommodate 20 passengers on multi-day trips, and 58 passengers on day trips. she is now based in home port of Ronneby, Sweden.

Baltic Beauty was built in 1926 in the Netherlands. The ship has undergone a few name changes and was formerly known as was formerly Hans Ii, Sven Wilhelm and then Dominique Fredion. The ship was refurbished in 1989.

The ship has sleeping accommodation for 20

Ship Summary
Built by: Capello NV, Zwartsluis, the Netherlands
Date Completed: 1926
Gross Tonnage: 68
Length: 40 m (overall length)
Width: 5 m
Passengers: 20
Crew: 5

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Re: Baltic Beauty 1926

Postby D. v. Nieuwenhuijzen » Tue Jul 24, 2018 7:36 pm

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Built in 1926 by N.V. Corn. Appelo's Scheepswerf, Electrische Scheepsbouw & Reparatie werf, Zwartsluis, as HANS II, for Visgroothandel Fa. Joh. Kuyten, Zwolle (Netherlands) National Official Number: 3727 ZWOLLE 1926.
Eel bun ship, Gt:76,09 tons Nt:26,82 tons (old measurement) Dw:15,00 tons, Lbp:27.50m. B:5m. Draught:2m. Callsign NVLS.
In 1934 Visgroothandel Fa. Joh. Kuyten, Spaarndam, homeport Bloemendaal, Netherlands, not renamed, Callsign PENG.
1936 sold to Alexporten, Ahus, Sweden, renamed in SWEN WILHELM, 1977 laid up, 1978 bought by Capt. Victor Gottlov, in 1980 rebuilt to two-mast Brigantine, Volvo Penta diesel:220 hp. renamed DOMINIQUE FREDION.
in 2015 as BALTIC BEAUTY, homeport Ronneby, Sweden.
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