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Georg Buchner passenger ship



Georg Buchner passenger ship.

The Georg Büchner, originally named Charlesville, used to be a passengership sailing between Antwerp and Matadi, Congo, for the Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB).

In 1967 the ship was sold to the East German VEB Deutfracht/Seereederei (DSR) in Rostock and renamed to Georg Büchner, a German writer. The ship sailed from that moment between Western Europe and Cuba en Mexico.

In 1977 the ship was rebuilt and became a instruction vessel and found it’s permanent mooring on the river Warnow in Rostock, Germany.

In 2013, after the ship was sold to a ship wrecker, the ship sunk behind a tugboat.

Georg Buchner Detail

The Georg Büchner also known as the former Charlesville



Stock image by Jan Brons.

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