Current ship's position

Cabins on STS Kapitan Borchardt

K - Crew cabin
1 - Crew cabin
2 - Tripple cabin
3 - Tripple cabin
4 - Tripple cabin
5 - Tripple cabin
6 - Tripple cabin
7 - Crew cabin
8   - Tripple cabin
9   - Tripple cabin
10 - Tripple cabin
11 - Tripple cabin
12 - Quadruple cabin
13 - Crew cabin

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Tall ship's history

1918
1923
1934
1939
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1945
1945
1953
1976
1989
2011
2011

1918r.

In a Dutch shipyard an ocean-going sailing cargo vessel "Nora" was built.

1923r.

The ship was sold to Germany. Soon the first motor was mounted.

1934r.

As a result of collision on the Thames with Dutch coastal motorboat  Penguin, the ship lost its original clipper hull.

1939r. - 1945r.

During World War II she served in Kriegsmarine as a training ship in the Baltic Sea, for the stationed in Gdynia U-boat school.

1945r.

In the context of the German evacuation in the Baltic Sea, the ship was towed to Travemunde. After World War II, she returned to the Netherlands.

1953r.

The ship was bought by Swedes. He served as a trade vessel.

1976r.

The ship returned to the Netherlands. Refit begun.

1989r.

The ship was rebuilt,her home port became Stockholm. Under Swedish flag she was named "Najaden", and she was used for passenger charter cruises in the Baltic Sea.

30 August 2011

In Nynashamn the tall ship was handed over Polish sailors. That day her first voyage under the Polish flag started.

8 October 2011

The ship was christened in Gdansk, she was named Kapitan Borchardt. The godmother is Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Anna Wypych-Namiotko.

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