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A ship that has seen the world

The museum ship and floating monument Rickmer Rickmers reminds of the times of the great windjammers in Hamburg and is open daily for visitors.

A ship that has seen the world - following the exciting trail of great circumnavigations around the world on the museum steamboat RICKMER RICKMERS.

The mainsail vessel RICKMER RICKMERS was built in 1896 and has been a floating landmark in the harbour of the Hanseatic city since 1983. The ship has had an adventurous history, the overseas expeditions and overseas voyages  have not always ended happily.
The changing exhibitions are particularly focussed on the diversity of life and work at sea. The ship itself is the largest museum piece. Here, for example, the three types of propulsion of the last 100 years - wind, steam and diesel - are illustrated to the visitor. If you dare, you can also "visit" the rigging and be rewarded with a magnificent view. The RICKMER RICKMERS has its own on-board restaurant with an exquisite on-board kitchen.



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