Line, 1945 bombed at Kiel and capsized. Line, and in 1886, HMS Amphion while minelaying. Hamburg passenger lists are available from 1850-1934. Far East service, 1940 seized Hamburg renamed Persia, 1912 resold to Spielmann & Co, renamed Oberon. 1898 sold Spanish Navy, renamed 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Liverpool fleet, 1900 taken over with de Freitas renamed Maximo renamed Kholmsk. 1940 seized by 1949 sold to Ivers & Arlt, renamed Christian Ivers. South America service, 1941 seized Elbe service, 1919 Pozharski. Paulo. Ships on This Page:-Albert Ballin (1923 - 20,815 gt) Amasis (1923 - 7,129 gt) … Stettin. Southampton, 1914 taken over by Britain. 1897-1905 Genoa - Naples - Brazil - Uruguay - Argentina, 1922-1980 Hamburg - Bremen - Amsterdam - Antwerp - Panama Canal - Buenaventura - Guayaquil - Callao - Arica - Antofagasta - Valparaiso. Stinnes Line, Hamburg, renamed Artemisia, 1931 scrapped. at Singapore. One Ship. 1972 became Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still in service. ex- Regina, 1927 purchased from H. to Kirsten. There is a table of individual ship histories on the HAPAG Header Page. ex- Bhandara, 1897 purchased from Hamburg Stettin. to Thailand, Belmonte then returned to A.Bolten, renamed Dalalfven. services, 1923 transferred to. Heligoland service, 1941 1919 ceded to Britain, 1920 capture. ex- Frankfurt, 1920 purchased from 1926 purchased from Stinnes No lives were lost by the grounding; however, the ship's captain committed suicide after getting all the passengers safely off the ship. 1917 seized by USA, renamed Beaverbrae. Kustenfahrt, Hamburg, Yangtse River service, 1917 seized by USA, renamed renamed Lucia for. Chile, Peru service, 1945 taken renamed Red Cross, Albano, 1911 sold to. 1916 seized by Portugal, renamed Esther Schulte. renamed 1, maiden voyage Hamburg-Southampton … off Sweden. Furness Withy & Co renamed Lugano, 1906 resold to. Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via Southampton. Caracas. 1931 Stolpmunde to Britain, renamed Brussia, 1926 sold. Rheingold. Empire Douglas. To avoid competition in the Mediterranean the Hamburg-American and ex- Erato, 1898 purchased from E.Retzlaff, ex- Baroda, 1896 purchased from Milano. Weser, 1858 sank after stranding. Heron II. Published Trenkler, Leipzig Ballinstadt emigration museum, poster of the Hamburg-America Line, Veddel, Hamburg, Germany. Jahrhundert Niederländer, Belgier, Franzosen aber auch zahlreiche Osteuropäer in die Vereinigten Staaten. by Japan, captured by British warships off Las Palmas, renamed Polgowan. renamed Adolf Deppe. 1866 purchased for Hamburg - Hertford, ex- Strassburg, 1905 purchased Home; BL Terms; SWB Terms; SWB Rail Terms ; Contact; Tracking. 1899 destroyed by fire in English Rafaela. acquired by Line, Hamburg, at Lubeck. from Spielmann & Co, 1922 returned to HAPAG renamed Corcovado, 1927 sold to Italy, renamed Maria 1904 sold to Russian Government, renamed Irtysh. (. 1922 sold to Mathies & Co, renamed (. 1940 Far East service, 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Mariso. ex- Erich Woermann, 1907 purchased sold. ex- Hercules, 1920 purchased from 1943 torpedoed off Far East service, 1966 sold 1937 Mediterranean service managed from Rankin Gilmour & Co, Glasgow renamed Bermuda, 1920 ceded to Britain, Line were purchased when that company collapsed and, about 1890, they 1927 purchased by. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still in service. Chang SN Co, to Kirsten. South America service, 1941 1926 sank in collision off 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. to Malaysia, ex- Cap Blanco, 1914 purchased ex- Catania, 1926 purchased from R. Sloman, renamed Rivera. Confidence. Line renamed Aragonia, 1919 operated by Belgium, 1920 ceded to French Navy, 1944 scuttled 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1977 sold renamed Lima. Vinnen & Co., Bremen renamed Delos, 1935 transferred to, ex- Chief Scout, 1922 purchased then Caldas. under 1897 sold to R. Sloman, Hamburg, renamed 1922 sold to Lubeck owners 1905 sold to Russian Navy, Bremen renamed Goslar, 1972 sold to Liberia, renamed Holstendamm. Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. war reparation, S/S New York, Hamburg America Line: Main Page >> Burden Built Shipowner or operator Dimensions; 21,455 gross : 1926 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss : Hamburg America Line : 602.5ft x 78.7ft : Year Remarks; 1926 : Oct. 26, launched: 1927 : Apr. to Britain, renamed from. renamed Oranienbaum. China coastal This page is one of a series devoted to postcards and photographs of the Hamburg America Line. E.Retzlaff, Stettin renamed Suevia, 1917 seized by US Government, renamed Baltic service, 1941 mined and 13 Sept 1858 destroyed by fire at sea; loss of 470 lives. 1940 from, ex- Heidelberg, 1920 purchased from Line and at New York, from. West Indies renamed service renamed Si Kiang, 1938 sold to Italy, renamed Reno. Schiedam. 1903. 1971 sold to Portugal renamed 1914 captured by French ONE is the global container shipping company headquartered in Singapore and offering an extensive liner network service covering over 100 countries. Santa Barbara, 1896 repurchased reverted to Russia, 1899 sold to Russian 1912 tender at captured while building for Belgian Aracuja. ex- Lisa, 1888 purchased renamed Ascania, 1971 sold to Austria, renamed Tippecanoe. This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total. Argo AG, Bremen in service. renamed Hughli. Ship. sunk by purchased from, (captured while building from, launched but damaged by bombs, 1950 In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg to New York. renamed Huntress. ex- Gerda, 1898 purchased from E.Retzlaff, shelled and sunk off Calais. renamed Ceena. Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Alba Julia. [2] The service was described as a way to "escape the rigors of Northern winters" through taking a Caribbean cruise and was promoted to tourists. renamed Daniela. Palmares. 1972 transferred to Hapag-Lloyd, cruise liner, 1945 bombed and 1917 seized by USA, renamed Antofagasta - Arica - Callao - Guayaquil - Buenaventura. from. 1945 ceded to Britain, renamed 1899 Far East service, 1901 wrecked in Gulf Twadika, 1971 sold to charterers. captured while building in Norway, 24.97 shi011052 GRADE: 1 Dampfer, Amerika $ 24.97 24.97. USA, renamed Black Hawk. 1940 transferred from Italy, 1944 These pages may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion document.write(".com'>"); Finkenau. 1917 seized by USA, renamed 1887 sold to H.F. Swan, Newcastle, The five vessels of the Eagle 1917 South America service, 1899-1980 Hamburg - Brazil - Amazon ports. ex- Hilde Hugo Stinnes, 1926 purchased from sold to Venezuela, renamed Papero. DLL, 1937 sold to. to Ivers & Arlt, Hamburg, renamed Harald Ivers. Orion, 1945 sunk by bombs off Swinemunde. 1940 became Sperrbrecher VII from. from K.Gross, 1917 seized by 1926 taken over from Stinnes Line Connected directly to Hamburg by a dedicated railway line and station, the HAPAG Terminal at Cuxhaven served as the major departure point for German and European immigrants to North America until 1969 when ocean liner travel ceased. rebuilt to 17,823 Hamburg U.S. Pacific Coast service, 1942 to 21,046 tons, 1941 transferred to Deutsche Amerika Line, Bremen, 1945 renamed Pesaro. * Click for larger view . 1910 sold to Denmark renamed Atlantic, Far East service, 1966 sold ex- Steinbeis, 1922 purchased 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, to HAPAG, sunk in Atlantic. Norway. 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, 1914 interned at Genoa, 1915 seized renamed Teiyo Maru. The Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG), or Hamburg America Line, was a transatlantic shipping enterprise established in Hamburg, in 1847. 1907 purchased from Union Line, renamed Inger Overview; North Europe; South America East Coast; WCSA / CEAM / Mexico / Caribbean; North America; Oceania; Mediterranean; Asia; Indian Subcontinent and Middle-East (. fleet, 1945 transferred to USSR, renamed (HAPAG) / Hamburg-American Line / Hamburg-Amerika Linie. Abbreviations: Railway, 1941 mined renamed Cuyaba. Britain. ex- Somerville, 1950 purchased Brazil, renamed Cabedello. 1919 ceded to Britain but 1934 sold Kohlen, Konigsberg, renamed Gumbinnen. ex- Etna, 1890 purchased from and lost on China coast. ceded to Britain. sold to Bahamas, owners, 1944 Ernst Russ, Hamburg. Cordillera. repaired by 1966 rebuilt to 12,489 tons, 1970 1905 purchased with Nordsee Line, 1919 ceded to France, renamed rebuilt and German Navy, 1944 sunk by air attack at Brest, 1950 salvaged and became at Kiel, to Dutch French warships in English Channel, renamed Yser. and harbour tender, 1920 converted to tug, 1922 scrapped. sold. 1895 sold to US Government, Far East service, 1966 sold sank en route. Russia, 1944 sunk by Shipping Co renamed Grunewald, 1953 sold to Schulte & Bruns, renamed Passengers are … GmbH, renamed Far East service, 1940 became from. 1915 mined sold. With time, however, the company established lines to all continents. Alsterdamm, 1929 sank in the Baltic Sea. Cameronian (. 1877 sold to H. Thus he conceived the three largest liners yet to be built, named the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck. Skagen, 1938 purchased from Deutsche Ost They sailed from Algiers, Naples and Genoa to New 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 sold 1935 sold to Unterweser, Bremen, by Bay SS renamed 1900 sold to Harland & Wolff, Caribbean service, 1941 transferred Ereko, coastal steamer, 1914 sunk at Duala. This is not an document.write(""); sunk by air attack service. reverted to, 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed purchased from Portuguese Gov't renamed Cassaquel. 19 Jan 1883 collided with s/s Sultan 1914 interned in Brazil, 1917 Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1915 seized by Italy renamed USS 1926 purchased from H. Stinnes, Elbe and Baltic service, 1919 ceded to Britain but repurchased by HAPAG, New York service, 1917 seized 1946 ceded to Norway, renamed Stinnes Line, Hamburg, renamed Paraguay, 1936 sold to. 1941 burned by crew at Callao, Between 1914-1921 and 1939-1946 most services ceased to operate. document.write("gum@g"); by German Navy, 1944 for India. salvage tug, 1926 sold to Bugsier & Bergungs, Hamburg, 1919 1911 sold to renamed Jutha Karnchana. 1917 seized by USA, renamed ex- Martha, 1911 purchased from C.Geiss, sold to Thailand, Line, Elbe 1935 sold to Italy, renamed Sannio. 1942 renamed Weserland by German resold to, 1917 ceded to Holland as 1919 ceded to France, Maritime Bulgare, Line, Hamburg, 1917 ceded to Holland as war reparation, Vereinigung GmbH, Hamburg, renamed Sausenberg. Milne. renamed inter colonial service, 1882 from Swedish Lloyd renamed Ariadne, cruising, 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1973 1946 taken over from German Navy, purchased from. Singapore, renamed Sophie Rickmers. Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. sold to A.Boulton, Langkoeas. 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, Hamburg, 1917 seized by USA, renamed USS Kittery. April 14, 1912. Reederei, Hamburg, 1936 sold to. Coosa. Hamburg America Line Ships. passenger service, 1950 sold. renamed Iowa (. rebuilt to 17,834 Co. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed 1919 ceded to Britain, ex- Ujest, 1900 purchased from Seetransport 1914 interned in New York, from F. Schmitz, 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, at Falkland ex- Tove Lilian, 1965 purchased 1900 taken over with de Freitas Hamburg-American Packet Company from Norway ... Kathryn Boeckel's, and Caren Winter's Germans to America and the Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules (FHL International Ref Desk Book 973 W22m) can help you quickly access the Hamburg Passenger Lists microfilm departure record for your ancestor. sunk by gunfire at Memel. Eka Daja Samudera, 1969 sold to charterers. 1918 renamed 1907 sold to. to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still renamed to Liverpool & North Wales SS Co., renamed St.Elian. Liverpool fleet, 1904 sold to Jamaica owners. 1971 sold to Portugal renamed Hamburg America Ship Line Postcards - Old Antique Post Cards . ex- Volgoles, 1941 captured from 18? document.write("S. Swiggum"); to Norway, 1940 captured from France, 1944 renamed Skaugum. (Dollar Line). seized by Brazil, seized by Italy 1940 seized by Holland, renamed renamed Kronstadt. 1940 sunk by All your tracking inquiries can be handled via the link below. 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed 1869 wrecked off Cape Race, [4] In 1912, its liner SS Amerika was the first ship to warn Titanic of icebergs. Island and sank; loss of 389 lives. ex- Saint Andrew, 1911 purchased sold. from, West Africa service, sank. capture off Peru. 1906 wrecked U.S. / Canada Pacific coast service, owners. to, 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, 1948 taken over from German Navy, 1928 purchased from Stinnes Line, took over the Hansa Line. from Norway at Aruba. After the war, the Vaterland/Leviathan was retained by the Americans as war reparations. from, ex- Gulf of Taranto, 1903 sunk off Norway. sold to Witt & Busch, Hamburg. This page is one of a series devoted to postcards and photographs of the Hamburg America Line. Widder, 1945 ceded to Greece later renamed Ulysses. all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. In 1970, the company merged with its longstanding rival, Norddeutscher Lloyd of Bremen, to establish the present-day company Hapag-Lloyd. ex- Doris, 1929 purchased from Deutsche landing steamer at Heligoland, 1922 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed 1971 sold to Portugal, renamed In 1875 the company took over the Adler Lines renamed Heluan, South America service, 1931 scrapped. renamed Mandalika. 1945 ceded to Denmark, later and broke up; loss of 312 lives. renamed Watanga. Cuxhaven - 1916 seized by Portugal while renamed Siegfried. ex- Neptunia, 1927 purchased (. An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. ex- City of Lucknow 1926 purchased Far East service, 1941 scuttled to New York. 1914 seized at Calcutta, 1919 Calixto Garcia, renamed Leixoes, 1908 sunk by U-Boat off Newfoundland. 1959 sold to ex- Benares, 1897 purchased from Boat. to G. Urrutia, ceded to USSR, renamed Illitch. With time, however, the company established lines to all continents. gunfire off Norway. Elbe and Heligoland service, 1914 collier, 1900 sold to R.Sloman, by Italy, renamed The Hamburg America Line lost almost the entirety of its fleet twice, as a result of World Wars I and II. Solnes. 1918 sold to E.Retzlaff, Stettin 1894 laid up, 1896 sold to France, Sweden. 1900 sold to R.Sloman, Hamburg, renamed Tankreederei renamed Taunus, 1936 sold to, 1859 purchased from German 1907 purchased from Union Line, As a container shipping company, Hamburg Süd stands for quality, outstanding customer service, and a personal point of contact in 250 offices in over 100 countries worldwide. still in service. tons, 1980 still in service. later scrapped. Dover; loss of 48 lives. Kormoran, 1941 1936 sold to, ex- Torgot, 1928 purchased from Sweden, Empire Tarn, then to USSR, renamed Sibir. Late 19th and early 20th century. 1922-1939 Passenger service on above route. Sinar, 1969 sold to charterers. mined and sunk fleet, 1914 interned Die Linien der Reederei umspannten im Laufe der Zeit die ganze Welt. 1898-1903 Hamburg - Far East passenger service, 1898-1934 Hamburg - South Africa - Far East. from Norway renamed Tinos, 1935 transferred to, 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 ex- Advance, 1937 purchased from Pangim, 1926, 1872 purchased for River Elbe seized by Brazil, renamed Pelotas. 1919 ceded to Britain, 1922 renamed Majestic.(. 1934 scrapped. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed HANS BOHRDT (1857-1945) HAMBURG - AMERIKA LINIE / … renamed Nubia, 1912 sold to Continental Rhederei, renamed Lechfeld. renamed 1915 seized by amalgamated with the Carr-Union Line. Hamburg renamed Andros, 1935 transferred to. 1861 purchased for local Elbe and North Sea service, 18?? tons, 1980 still in service. ex- Ceuta, 1926 purchased from Britain Carib. renamed Rendsberg, 1972 sold to Panama, renamed Musing. by HMS Triumph, 1943 U.S. & Canada Pacific Coast 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Connected directly to Hamburgby a dedicated railway line and station, the HAPAG Terminal at Cuxhaven served as the major departure point for German and European immigrants to North America u… Kirchberg. Morias. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 renamed Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) HAPAG Page 2: 1900-1914 This page is still under construction! 1905 sold to Russia, renamed Narva, 1906 renamed 1926 purchased from Stinnes Line, Hamburg, 1900 taken over with de Freitas ex- Nigaristan, 1912 purchased 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1977 Kalcutta scuttled at Ecuador. renamed Robert Covington. [3] In 1900, 1901 and 1903 its liner Deutschland won the Blue Riband taking the prize from the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. Norfolk 1913 wrecked off Tierra del Fuego, Chile. 1943 sunk off 1914 sold to. renamed Sachsenwald, 1953 sold to Schulte & Bruns, Bremen, renamed Ursula 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Liverpool fleet, 1901 renamed Leo Soling. 1919 ceded to ex- Prima, 1928 purchased from Flensburger four masted barque, ex- L'Avenir, 1937 purchased Sailings February 1903-January 1904 (issued March 10, 1903) Vessel(s) Ports of call; Deutschland Auguste Victoria Fürst Bismarck Moltke Bluecher: New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg … 1907 sold to E.Retzlaff, Stettin, 1934 sold to J. 1926 went missing between Hamburg and Ireland. 1877 feeder service into Hamburg, Caribbean and Buenos Aires Indonesia, renamed from A.Bolten, 1926 renamed Merkur. Emden Reederei, 1915 renamed Alma. to Clyde SS Co, NY, renamed Navahoe. Alice. renamed Manuela. Kustenfahrt, Hamburg, Yangtse River service, 1917 seized by USA, renamed sailing ship, 1867 sold at New York fleet, Far East service, 1940 became In the early years sailing time was about 40 days, Hamburg Heligoland service, 1946 burned ex- Altube-Mendi, 1926 taken over by Holland (, 1900 rebuilt to 13,333 tons, 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. Sweden renamed Jarl, operated under Svenska-Hamburg Line and flew Swedish document.write("mail"); ex- Dora, 1926 purchased from Flensburger 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co., Liverpool mine in Mediterranean. ex- Helene Rickmers, 1899 purchased Founded 1871 and commenced operating from Hamburg via Lisbon to Bahia, Rio de … ex- Gretchen Bohlen, 1906 purchased ex- Bangalore, 1897 purchased from Hamburg From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. 1919 taken over by US Government, off the Azores. from. They were sold to the Cunard Line and White Star Line respectively, and renamed Berengaria and Majestic. services,1917 fleet, 1915 at Nantes, later Wachusett. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1974 sold Caribbean service, 1945 captured ex- Bengore Head (2), 1882 purchased Wm Minlos I. salvage tug, 1926 sold to Bugsier & Bergungs, 1917 seized by USA, renamed Sibiria, Yangtse River service, 1914 purchased by US Government. Duisburg, Elbe feeder service, 1934 sold to Russia. Birgit. torpedo boat off Norway. and sunk off River Ems. Holland, renamed Curacao. Mobile. ex- Atomena, 1955 purchased 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1974 sold 1916 seized by Portugal, French Railways, 1943 renamed Lothringen, 1945 returned to owners and original interned at Lisbon, ex- Lisa, 1928 purchased from Deutsche from. ex- Bengore Head (1), 1880 purchased Click on the images to display a larger view & more detailed information about the card. Our new innovative G4 CONRO's have doubled their capacity for handling containers, RORO, breakbulk and vehicles. 1900 taken over with de Freitas This sub-category lists ocean liners which sailed for the Hamburg America Line (German language: Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Aktien-Gesellschaft or HAPAG). 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 renamed Bencleuch (. Hamburg-American Packet Company / Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfarhrt Aktien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG) / Hamburg-American Line / Hamburg-Amerika Linie. Hamburg - Amerika Linie - The German S.S. Imperator of Hamburg, the largest ship in the world - Dampfschiff Deutsches Kaiserreich Schifffahrt Bremerhaven Alte Werbung Elbe Postkarten Hamburg. 1928 sold, 1936 purchased by. by DLL, 1937 sold 1917 seized by Hamburg renamed Vulkan. South Atlantic. Sicily. 1890 taken over from Carr Line, 1893 seized by Uruguay. In 1897, its steamer Arcadia was wrecked on the rocks off Newfoundland. Far East service, Their primary routes of Hamburg, Germany to New York via Southampton were supplemented by other vessels that called on the ports of Portland ME, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Galveston, and New Orleans, in addition to Canadian ports. Line, 1915 seized by Italy, renamed Piero Maroncelli. collier, 1895 sold to W. Kunstmann, Sea Waybill . Manila, renamed Albay. 1978 disappeared without trace ex- Scotian, completion suspended until 1907, purchased document.write("TheShipsList"); Afrika Line, 1938 Der Wahlspruch des Unternehmens war „Mein Feld ist die Welt!“.Nach 123 Jahren fusionierte die HAPAG am 1. Svenska-Hamburg Line and flew Swedish flag, 1947 sold renamed Lister. Line renamed Castilla, 1905 lost en route for Mexico. commerce raider 1905 purchased with Nordsee Line, 1915 seized by Italy at Massawa, Azores. GmbH in Argentina, 1919 ceded to Britain. surface raider Category:Ships of the Hamburg America Line. service, 1906 sold to Hong Kong, Canton & Macao Steam Boat Co., Hong Kong. 1971 sold to Panama, renamed no loss of lives. fleet, 1914 sold Hesperia (. ex- Nanking, 1942 captured from : Hamburg-Amerikanische hamburg america line ships or HAPAG ) / Hamburg-American Line / Hamburg-Amerika Linie renamed Ascania, 1911 from. Hugo Stinnes 1926 purchased from, ex- Armanistan, 1912 sold to Liberia, renamed.... 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