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Das schwimmende Wahrzeichen Hamburgs. Ein Besuch des 1896 gebauten Frachtenseglers lohnt sich immer. Liebevoll restaurierte Crew- und Offiziersquartiere bieten Einblick in das zum Teil raue Seemannsleben. Unter Deck locken interessante...more
We attended a wedding on board, The wedding was on the Aft deck which is a great space for a about 50 people. The reception was in the main saloon (dining room). The decor is the inside of an old ship and the hold entrance...More
It was interesting to visit the boat. The ticket is only 5 euros, which is not much. There is much to see, in the back is even an exhibition. The only shame I could not see was the captain's chambers, because it was closed for...More
We were here with a large group and had dinner. Though the food was probably catered I was positively surprised by the quality of the offering. The service was fine and forthcoming. We did not see much of the ship, but the restaurant area is...More
Where do you go on a cold, wet Sunday in Hamburg? This is it.
Why visit this old ship? It has a great exhibition and is bilingual. There is more to see than you would think. We had a great time exploring the decks, engines...More
A very interesting old sail ship with a very interesting 'tour' inside.
We were amazed by all the old stuff and all the interesting exponats.
5 Euros entry - but every single cent is worth to be spend there.
A visit is highly recommended
Located on the keyside where the various river ferry's depart from, this is a large tall ship and while I didn't have the time to board her it was well worth stopping to take a photo and enjoy the impressive size