The Cap San Diego belongs to the Überseebrücke, as the Rickmer Rickmers to the jetties. Both ships determine the picture of the harbor promenade. It is considered one of the most beautiful freighters in the world and reminds of the time before the invention of the container. When the port of Hamburg was still a jumble of barges, chaff and general cargo.
September 6, 2017
The Cap San Diego is a museum ship with berth at the Überseebrücke in the port of Hamburg. The 1961 built ship was built as a general cargo ship and was used until the 1980s in regular service with South America.
The motor ship Cap San Diego is the largest serviceable museum cargo ship in the world. It represented the pinnacle of mechanized cargo shipbuilding in Germany, where a maximum level of most job profiles developed in cargo shipping was observed on board.
May 14, 2018
The CAP SAN DIEGO is the largest, roadworthy museum cargo ship in the world. Its elegant silhouette is part of the Hamburg harbor panorama as the Speicherstadt and the Michel.Tourists love them, the crew and 45 volunteer sailors retired, keep them with a lot of commitment in shot.
The CAP SAN DIEGO is the last surviving ship of a series of six fast general cargo carriers, which were built in 1961/62 for the shipping company Hamburg Süd and preferably drove to South America until the end of 1981.Since 1988, the CAP SAN DIEGO is a museum ship, since 2003 also maritime monument and floating hotel, which today has its mooring at the Überseebrücke in Hamburg. Several times a year, the CAP SAN DIEGO goes on museum trips with up to 500 passengers.
March 4, 2019
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