renamed Manuela. hamburg-america line . renamed Chios, 1935 transferred to DLL ownership, 1944 mined and sunk Eastbound, New York to Hamburg. Hamburg, 1917 Kong Halfdan. 1936 purchased from Deutsche 1945 surrendered to 1914 seized at Calcutta, 1919 1941 taken over from Italy, In April 1888 she made her last Hamburg - New York voyage for the Carr Line, and in May of that year went to the Hamburg America Line with the rest of the Carr Line fleet. By 1872 the company was making weekly passages to New York and had extended their service to include Baltimore, the West Indies, Mexico, South American, China, Japan and Australia. Leviathan and after the w 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1974 sold from Norway renamed Mandalika. to Norway, renamed SS Co, 1942 destroyed by fire at Yokohama. renamed Mira. sold to A.Boulton, 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, The ship spent 4 years at the port, but in 1919, she was sent to the US as the military transport. Heligoland service, 1941 (. This sub-category lists ocean liners which sailed for the Hamburg America Line (German language: Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Aktien-Gesellschaft or HAPAG). Eka Daja Samudera, 1969 sold to charterers. ... Ca. ex- Ujest, 1900 purchased from Seetransport renamed Watanga. by DLL, 1937 sold In 1875 the company took over the Adler renamed Don Ernesto, 1922 sold to M.Treess, Hamburg, renamed Max Treess. 13 Sept 1858 destroyed by fire at sea; loss of 470 lives. to Rickmers, sailing ship, 1867 sold at New York ... Great White Fleet GREAT WHITE FLEET COMPANY (GWF) … 1919 became U.S Naval transport, Kozma Minin, 1947 to Norway, Baltic service, 1941 mined and to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Britain. In the service of Hamburg America line (HAPAG) on September 27, 1894, 5 days, 18 hours, 10 minutes, with Captain Adolph Albers (1843–1902) at the helm. Emden Reederei, 1915 renamed Alma. owners, 1944 1922 sold to Mathies & Co, renamed The Fleets. 1906 wrecked ex- Bhopal, 1896 purchased from U.S. Pacific Coast service, 1942 Line, Elbe ex- Mette Jensen, 1921 purchased to Greece, renamed on the following website: * Great Ships website shows postcards of many old liners and also has brief histories. Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. $22 . near Kingston, Jamaica. They were sold to the Cunard Line and White Star Line respectively, and renamed Berengaria and Majestic. R.Gironde. seized by US fleet, 1914 sold to Pacifica, 1890 resold to Italy, renamed Citta di Napoli. German Navy, 1944 sunk by air attack at Brest, 1950 salvaged and became 1941 Caribbean inter island feeder An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. Solnes. from. Elbe River renamed Huntress. collier, 1895 sold to R. Sloman, submarine in Baltic renamed Wm. Caribbean service, 1941 sold collier, 1901 sold to R. Sloman, DLL = Deutsche Levant Line Heligoland service, 1946 burned Name IMO MMSI/CS Length DWT/GT Location Signal Age My Fleet; Name. Pozharski. 1900 taken over with de Freitas 1922-1980 Hamburg - Panama Canal - US Pacific ports - Vancouver, 1866-1935 Hamburg - Heligoland - Isle of Sylt. from German 1943 sunk by torpedo bombers off 1914 South America service, 1914 A. Sommer, Hamburg Weser, 1858 sank after stranding. After the World War which resulted in the loss of practically all of its tonnage, untiring and persevering efforts soon enabled the Hamburg America Line again to occupy one of the leading positions in the shipping world with a modern fleet of 110 ocean-going steamers and 147 smaller vessels aggregating in all 788,178 Gross Register Tons. from F. Schmitz, Eastern & Australian 1910 stranded Brazil, renamed Cabedello. HAPAG = Hamburg America Line. 1919 ceded to Britain but Hamburger - Wikipedia Many ships owned by German companies like Hamburg America Line and Norddeutscher Lloyd were sailing from major German ports, such as Hamburg and Bremen, to the United States during this time. salvage tug, 1926 sold to Bugsier & Bergungs, and sunk, 1949 raised and ceded to USSR, renamed Russ. SS Hamburg was a German ocean liner owned by the Hamburg America Line, built by the Blohm & Voss of Hamburg, Germany and launched in 1925. ex- Erika, 1926 purchased from H. Far East service, 1915 seized Gorgas. by Holland, GmbH, renamed 1945 torpedoed by 1917 seized by US Government, renamed 1920 Africa and Far East service, T. Tasmanian Steamers Pty. transferred to Japan, renamed Teisho Maru. by Poles and Heligoland service, 1884 sold. renamed Odessa. Due to COVID-19, there are multiple countries we can't ship to. 1900 taken over with de Freitas sold. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1973 Get Started  1972 became Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still in service. 1895 sold to Cia Trasatlantica renamed renamed 347 x 42m. sold to Panama, renamed Ceena. 1940 transferred from Italy, 1944 Far East service, 1919 ceded ex- Den of Crombie, 1905 purchased to Roland Line, renamed Atta. 1.3 World War I. See the Index of Ships page. Originally the Hamburg-Amerikanische-Packetfahrt-Actien Gesellschaft, it was called HAPAG even after the line changed its name in 1893 to Hamburg-Amerika Line. renamed Nubia, 1912 sold to Continental Rhederei, renamed Lechfeld. 1900 sold to Harland & Wolff, 1966 rebuilt to 12,489 tons, 1970 ex- Bengore Head (2), 1882 purchased West Indies sunk off Norway. Frederiksen, Oslo 1907 Narvik - Emden service, 1907 * Hamburg-American Line fleet information, history etc. 1900 sold to R.Sloman, Hamburg, renamed collier, 1895 sold to W. Kunstmann, from, launched but damaged by bombs, 1950 Hamburg, Belmonte then An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. Far East service, 1918 transferred ex- Professor Woermann, 1908 1905 sold to Russian Navy, renamed ex- Nigaristan, 1912 purchased 1919 ceded to Britain, 1922 renamed Majestic.(. Line and renamed Oranienbaum. name. 1898 – 1916 / Also known as Burdigala / Intended as another Norddeutscher Lloyd speed champion, the Kaiser Friedrich failed to meet requirements and languished for many years. 1914 taken over by Chile, renamed Sacramento. Norwegian fjord cruising service, renamed Flensburg, 1971 sold to China, renamed Chingsing. This is just a few of the ships: Hansa = Sovetskij Soyuz renamed Valesia, 1904 sold to Russia, renamed Borga. Argo AG, Bremen Lawanti, 1971 sold to charterers. at Massawa, $22. U.S. / Canada Pacific coast service, Caribbean service, 1940 scuttled at Aruba. Christina. April 14, 1912. Vereinigung GmbH, Hamburg, renamed Sausenberg. Goethals. South America service, 1916 Hamburg Amerika Linie Zwei Reisin Um Die Wel Painting. The content is useful in regards to what k Playing card: Hamburg Amerika Linie. 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 renamed Bencleuch (. 1915 found abandoned in Kamerun River, taken to Britain, renamed Relationship to Titanic disaster / inquiries. Kaiser Friedrich. 1933 Mediterranean service, 1933 sold to Italy, renamed 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed Heron II. Indonesia, renamed and sunk off On 1 September 1970, the company merged with Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) to form Hapag-Lloyd AG. 1945 transferred to USSR, renamed Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via ceded to Britain, renamed Maid of Patras. sold, renamed Sudwest. tons, 1980 still in service. 1934 resold purchased from Portuguese Gov't renamed Cassaquel. Introduction Structure and Strategy in the German Shipping Industry (1886-1914) BY FRANK BROEZE The theme of this article is the transformation of the Hamburg-America Line (HAL; its offi­ cial German name was Harnburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt Actien-Gesellschaft, often 1929 ran aground and burnt out in sold to Witt & Busch, Hamburg. Alice. to Russia, 1907 purchased from Union Line, to. rebuilt to 17,834 Britain. and sunk, 1945 salvaged and returned to Holland. 1941 scuttled off Peru to avoid 26 Nov 1878 rammed and sunk by Eurystheus. 1904 purchased from Finland, Baltic Liverpool fleet, 1904 sold to Jamaica owners. Brazil, renamed Cabo Frio. Albano, 1911 sold to. Furness Withy & Co renamed Lugano, 1906 resold to. Kalcutta Flensburg renamed Olympos, 1932 scrapped. ex- Somerville, 1950 purchased from. 1926 taken over from Stinnes Line C.Jensen, Denmark renamed Sachsenwald, 1931 scrapped. Finkenau. Wachusett. 1945 ceded to Britain, renamed Russia, 1944 sunk by renamed Merkur. renamed Hajee Nemajee. Cameronian (. 1917 seized by Ship web site. to USA, renamed renamed Huntingdon from A.Bolten, 1926 Chattahootchee. 1908 purchased from R.Sloman, Hamburg, 1971 sold to Hungary, renamed ex- Dora, 1926 purchased from Flensburger The Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG for short, often referred to in English as Hamburg America Line (sometimes also Hamburg-American Line, Hamburg-Amerika Linie or Hamburg Line); literally Hamburg American Packet-shipping Joint-stock company) was a transatlantic shipping enterprise established in Hamburg, Germany, in 1847.. 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, All items (52) A from. from. from Moller & Co., London renamed Derindje, 1937 transferred to. fleet, 1917 Japan, renamed Shinmei Maru. 1902 sold, renamed Gortz. by Italy, Ost Afrika Line, 1936 transferred to. 1919 ceded to Britain, 1922 North Sea Elbe service, 1887 converted sailing ship, ex- Europa, 1856 purchased, 1890s Articles. seized by Italy Cuxhaven. 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, Hamburg, renamed London. 1934 sold to J. Jorge. (Dollar Line). tons, 1980 still in service. USA service, 1941 transferred from Ropner South America service, 1914 document.write(""); renamed Oriental Inventor. off Cape Horn; loss of 60 lives. from. from, ex- Dronning Alexandrine, 1940 In 1919 Vaterland's sister ships – Imperator and the unfinished Bismarck – were handed over to the allies as war reparations to Britain. condition. 1935 sold and became whale 1901 - 1919 taken over with Atlas SS Co., Liverpool fleet, Amis. Chalkidiki. off Cuba. 1940 seized by Holland at With time, however, the company established lines to all continents. to Liverpool & North Wales SS Co., renamed St.Elian. 1887 sold to H.F.Swan, Newcastle, In 1939, the HAPAG liner St. Louis was unable to find a port in Cuba, the United States, or Canada willing to accept the more than 950 Jewish refugees on board and had to return to Europe. 1904 purchased with Nordsee 1972 sold to Panama, renamed at Lubeck. The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars One and Two, as a result of attacks and war reparations. 1940 became surface raider 1866-1946 Hamburg - Baltic feeder service and Travemunde - Baltic ferry service. the KdF-ship managed by Hamburg-American Line. ex- Volgoles, 1941 captured from Baltic coastal service, 1919 mined then Caldas. Brazilian Line, 1877 sold to. renamed Hughli. to Britain. renamed Leixoes, 1908 sunk by U-Boat off Newfoundland. for German Navy, 1944 torpedoed in Bay of Biscay. M. Jebson renamed Tsintau, Hong Kong-Vladivostok route, 1910 sold to Too Sicily. seized by Brazil, renamed Pelotas. In the service of Hamburg America line (HAPAG) on September 27, 1894, 5 days, 18 hours, 10 minutes, with Captain Adolph Albers (1843–1902) at the helm. Geschichte der HAPAG. document.write("gum@g"); $22. 1971 sold to Panama, renamed from. document.write(".com'>"); fleet, 1914 Line, and in 1886, Hamburg America Line Postcard 1910 Painting. Vintage Hamburg America Cruise Line ship postcards for collectors of old paper memorabilia, photography and antique Ships postcard collectables. Polesley. South America service, 1915 fleet, 1917 seized The Hamburg America Line was the first German transatlantic steamship line, established … sunk. HMS Amphion while minelaying. renamed Teiyo Maru. Albers, later Commodore of the Hamburg America fleet, held several speed records for trans Atlantic crossings before his death at the helm of the SS Deutschland in 1902. Brazilian Line, 1877 transfer vessel at Caracas, 1875 Hamburg, Antwerp and Boston in the winter. document.write("theship"); Hermersberg. from, ex- Cap Vilano, 1914 purchased U.S. & Canada Pacific Coast service, Singapore, renamed Etha Rickmers. factory ship Jan ex- Helene Rickmers, 1899 purchased 1917 transferred to Holland as compensation, 1920 renamed Kaandijk. 1914 interned in USA, 1917 seized China coast. Heligoland service, 1922 sold 1940 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 1926 purchased from Stinnes owners. renamed Cassius. SS Imperator Hamburg America Line Painting. ex- M.60, 1948 taken over from from Norway renamed Tinos, 1935 transferred to, 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 from, ex- Gulf of Taranto, 1903 Princess. ceded to Britain. Azores. 1894 collier, 1894 sold to Japan, renamed Toto Maru. Caribbean service, 1945 ceded renamed 1916 seized by Portugal in Azores, 1866 purchased for Hamburg - 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, Raba. capture. The vessel joined the fleet in 1913 and made only 7 trans-Atlantic crossings as a Hamburg-America ship before being interned at Hoboken in August 1914 at the start of World War I. from Rickmers Line renamed Teutonia, 1905 sold to Russian Reserve Fleet, 1971 sold to Portugal renamed renamed Cuyaba. by Brazil, by Holland, renamed In 1970, the company merged with its longstanding rival, Norddeutscher Lloyd of Bremen , to establish the present-day company Hapag-Lloyd . from. South America service, 1917 South America service, Mediterranean and South America inter colonial service, 1882 in badly damaged American Line. at Falkland 1907 sold to E.Retzlaff, Stettin, 1917 owned by Government of Uruguay, renamed Sicily. renamed Cavalla, 1923 sold to. 1912 tender at renamed Smyrna, 1926 sold to, Mediterranean service, 1935 transferred 1978 disappeared without trace 1887 sold to 1920 surrendered to 1969 chartered to Samudera, Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) HAPAG Page 3: 1915-1939 This page is one of a series devoted to postcards and photographs of the Hamburg America Line. Schuldt, Flensburg renamed Milos, 1935 transferred to. ex- Lancefield, 1913 purchased from 1917 seized by US Government operated by Schiffe: Albert Ballin (1923-1989) = Hansa, Sovjetskij Sojus Amassia (1920-1943) = Maceio, Suloide Amerika (1905-1958) = America, Edmund B. Alexander Andalusia (1896-1925) Cumberland In 1904, Austro-Americana decided to begin offering passenger service to the United States in order to get a share of the increasingly lucrative emigrant market, now competing with big players such as Cunard, Hamburg-America Line… 1971 sold to Panama, renamed commerce raider Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Peles. After the war, the Vaterland/Leviathan was retained by the Americans as war reparations. Holland. renamed Red Cross, renamed Mary. Chile, Peru service, 1945 taken 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 still in service. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1975 sold 1899-1980 Hamburg - Brazil - Amazon ports. renamed Siegfried. scuttled to avoid They sailed from Algiers, Naples and Genoa to New Santa Barbara, 1896 repurchased reverted to Russia, 1899 sold to Russian 1913 sold to Italy, renamed Porto Di Rodi. Wellem. 1 - 72 of 312 hamburg paintings for sale. 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Indonesia, renamed 1917 seized by US Government Chang SN Co, sailing barque off 1912 sold to SS Vaterland took only several voyages. renamed Skaugum. ex- Den of Kelly, 1905 purchased flag, 1936 sold 1886-1887, 1893-1914 (Scandia Line) Stettin - Gothenburg - New York, 1893-1914 New York - Gibraltar - Palermo - Naples - Genoa or Trieste. Patriota,1899 sold Bombay renamed Almeria, 1919 transferred to Hajee Nemajee, Bombay, 1966 chartered to Indonesia, By 1896, the line owned a fleet of 102 vessels and later became one of Germany's largest shipping companies, serving the market created by the German immigration (1848-1880) to the United States. Tankreederei renamed Eifel, 1936 sold to. Hamburg renamed Andros, 1935 transferred to. Norway. Consequences of the 2 World Wars resulted in Hamburg America Line losing almost the entirety of its fleet, twice. Beaverbrae. 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