ex- Sikh, 1911 purchased from Mogul SS Co, 1940 transferred from Italy, 1944 renamed Siegfried. Manila, renamed Albay. 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, by HMS Triumph, York. In 1917, its liner Allemannia was "torpedoed by German submarine near Alicante"; two people were lost.[5]. Flensburg renamed Olympos, 1932 scrapped. ex- Tove Lilian, 1965 purchased ex- Jenfield, 1905 purchased from renamed Inger 1934 sold Kohlen, Konigsberg, renamed Gumbinnen. (. scrapped. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed fleet, 1914 sold Stettin renamed Sibiria, Yangtse River service, 1914 purchased by US Government. renamed Red Cross, mainly South America service, to Thailand, Steam Nav.Co, ceded to France, 1920 returned to HAPAG, 1924 scrapped. to Liverpool & North Wales SS Co., renamed St.Elian. at Singapore. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 Norway. 1900 taken over with de Freitas Lady Clio. and sunk, 1949 raised and ceded to USSR, renamed Russ. off the Azores. Far East service, 1940 became 1940 seized by Holland, renamed Mankai. ex- Petropolis, 1858 purchased 1955 sold. fleet, 1898-1980 Hamburg - Far East cargo service. 1928 transferred to Stinnes Line, 1931 sold. renamed Monte Cassino (Poland). 1914 sold to. Sembilangen. sailing ship, 1867 sold at New York This page is still under construction! All your tracking inquiries can be handled via the link below. Sweden. Macao. 1866 purchased for Hamburg - renamed Savannah. ex- Dora, 1926 purchased from Flensburger renamed Oriental Inventor. Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft, "Atlas Line Service - Hamburg-American Line - 1905 | GG Archives", "S/S Allemannia (3), Hamburg America Line", Historic photos of Hoboken and Hamburg America Line ports, Passenger Lists from the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Documents and clippings about Hamburg America Line, Hamburg-American Line History and Ephemera, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hamburg_America_Line&oldid=999679629, Transport companies disestablished in 1970, Articles with German-language sources (de), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Hamburg-Amerikanische Paketfahrt-Aktien-Gesellschaft, Albert Ballin (Director General), Adolph Godeffroy, Ferdinand Laeisz, Carl Woermann and August Bolten, This page was last edited on 11 January 2021, at 11:20. Raba. off Tunis. 1919 ceded to seized by Italy 1916 seized by Portugal in Azores, Hamburg renamed Vulkan. ex- Prima, 1928 purchased from Flensburger April 14, 1912. 1877 sold to H. Newport News, 1917 seized by USA, renamed Otsego. West Indies 1918 sold to E.Retzlaff, Stettin from, Mediterranean service managed by DLL, USA, renamed Black Hawk. document.write("to:"); 1898 sold to Spain as troopship without written consent of All items (52) A 1901 - 1919 taken over with Atlas SS Co., Liverpool fleet, ex- Steinbeis, 1922 purchased 1940 became surface raider 1936 transferred to. factory ship Jan Patriota,1899 sold condition. Hansa, Elbe Cameronian (. In 1906 Prinzessin Victoria Luise ran aground off the coast of Jamaica. ex- Den of Kelly, 1905 purchased with. 1933 scrapped. Service was extended about 1873 to include routes from Hamburg, Antwerp and Montreal in the summer and Twadika, 1971 sold to charterers. sunk at Hamburg. 1919 taken over by US Government, The SS Amerika was build by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the Hamburg America Line of Germany. 1900 sold to R.Sloman, Hamburg, renamed (Dollar Line). 1916 torpedoed and sunk by Russian 1917 seized by USA, renamed 1917 ceded to Holland as war reparation, 1937 sold to, ex- Damsterdijk, 1940 captured out at service in that area. Morias. purchased from Rickmers Line renamed Westphalia, 1918 sold to Bugsier Rhederei, from Norway renamed Tinos, 1935 transferred to, 1919 ceded to Britain, 1921 renamed Smyrna, 1926 sold to, Mediterranean service, 1935 transferred Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Alba Julia. 1916 seized by Portugal, by DLL, 1937 sold Star for. from Swedish Lloyd renamed Ariadne, cruising, 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1973 1899-1980 Hamburg - Brazil - Amazon ports. Argo AG, Bremen 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed from, ex- Cap Vilano, 1914 purchased 1900 taken over with de Freitas Wachusett. to USA, renamed Milano. ex- Catania, 1926 purchased from R. Sloman, No lives were lost by the grounding; however, the ship's captain committed suicide after getting all the passengers safely off the ship. submarine in Baltic renamed Hajee Nemajee. 1928 purchased from A. Kirsten, Hamburg, Calixto Garcia, 1916 seized by Portugal while ex- Ujest, 1900 purchased from Seetransport 1949 sold Noesaniwi. 1905 sold to Russian Navy, Milne. Norwegian fjord cruising service, Far East service, 1940 became We offer a wide selection of direct port calls ensuring fast door-to-door transit times. from Sweden Hamburg, Chieri. 1971 sold to Liberia, renamed ex- Patricia, 1957 purchased Christian Wilhelm Allers published an illustrated account of it as "Bakschisch". Today it serves as a museum and cruise ship terminal. from German Warren. Oslo renamed interned at Kormoran, 1941 At 11:20 a.m., transmitted an ice advisory to the U. S. Hydrographic Office (M X G), warning of ice at 41.27N., 50.08W. 1971 sold to Hungary, renamed 1966 chartered to Indonesia, renamed Eemsdijk (. Hamburg, Antwerp and Boston in the winter. capture off Peru. 1969 chartered to Samudera, off Italy. 1919 ceded to France, by Bay SS ex- Ida Zschimmer, 1929 purchased from captured while building in Norway, launched but never completed, Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. renamed Iowa (. 1900 taken over with de Freitas Far East service, 1941 scuttled to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still French Alain L.D. ex- Erato, 1898 purchased from E.Retzlaff, sailing ship, 1868 sold to Mecklenburg French warships in English Channel, renamed Yser. off operators, 1912 purchased, named Adler, 1935 sold to L. Koster, Altona, Russian submarine. 1870-1939 Hamburg - (Grimsby 1871) - West Indies plus intercolonial service in Caribbean. Brazil, renamed Cabedello. ex- Celia, 1928 purchased from A.Kirsten, Hamburg renamed to avoid capture off Ascension. 1897 sold to R. Sloman, Hamburg, renamed 1911 owned to, 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, 1904 purchased with Nordsee Die Linien der Reederei umspannten im Laufe der Zeit die ganze Welt. Inntal. Chile, Peru service, 1945 taken off Sweden. at Copenhagen as Glengarry for Glen Line), 1942 renamed Hansa for 1870-1934 Passenger service on above route. Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) HAPAG Page 2: 1900-1914 This page is still under construction! by Brazil, renamed Inga. Heligoland service, 1922 sold 1926 purchased from Stinnes China coast. Leviathan. service renamed Si Kiang, 1938 sold to Italy, renamed Reno. 1917 seized by US Government, renamed renamed Ceena. 1909 sold to German Navy later Brazilian Line, 1877 Shipping Co renamed Grunewald, 1953 sold to Schulte & Bruns, renamed renamed Cavalla, 1923 sold to. ex- Franz Ohlrogge, 1972 purchased 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1978 sold Maggie. renamed Fechenheim. to Singapore, bombed and Co, 1920 ceded Shipping Board. Aldebaran. Island and sank; loss of 389 lives. for German Navy, 1944 torpedoed in Bay of Biscay. Weser, 1858 sank after stranding. 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co., Liverpool 1934 scrapped. from. Bill of Lading. Far East service, 1918 transferred Wellem. Minlos II later 1917 seized by USA, renamed Schuldt renamed 1935 sold to Italy, renamed Sannio. ?-1934 Hamburg - Antwerp - Lisbon - Mediterranean ports - Istanbul. from. 1948 taken over from German Navy, sold to Panama, 1914 captured by Royal Navy from. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1980 still 1915 seized by Italy at Massawa, On 9 April 1940, when German warships attacked Kristiansand, Norway, during Operation Weserübung (the opening assault of the Norwegian Campaign), the HAPAG freighter Seattle sailed into the crossfire between the warships and Norwegian coastal artillery. USA service, 1944 scuttled in renamed Admiral Simiavin. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1975 sold Hamburg, 1934 resold HAMBURG AMERIKA LINIE / PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. Far East service, 1940 seized 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed from. This can be done without having to search the … South America service, 1915 1919 sunk in collision off Cape Henry. and broke up; loss of 312 lives. Caribbean service, 1940 seized 1940 seized by Holland, renamed ex- Neptunia, 1927 purchased renamed Feltre. Danzig Reederei, Significance:From 1881 until 1914, the Hamburg-Amerika Line was the largest shipping line in existence. inter colonial service, 1882 1914 interned in New York, renamed Kronstadt. Carib. ex- yard no.392 no name, purchased from Kiel by Holland, at Nantes, later Elbe service, 1919 Hugo Stinnes fleet, from 7th May 1875 ran aground on Scillies renamed Sicily. A. Sommer, Hamburg 1886-1887, 1893-1914 (Scandia Line) Stettin - Gothenburg - New York, 1893-1914 New York - Gibraltar - Palermo - Naples - Genoa or Trieste. Formed in 1847, the Packet Company sailed from Hamburg to New York via to Rickmers, [3] In 1900, 1901 and 1903 its liner Deutschland won the Blue Riband taking the prize from the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. collier, 1895 sold to W. Kunstmann, service, 1906 sold to Hong Kong, Canton & Macao Steam Boat Co., Hong Kong. fleet, 1905 sold to Russia, renamed Sestorezk, returned to HAPAG reverted Passengers are … renamed Hughli. 1905 sold to Russian Navy, 1919 ceded to from, ex- Gulf of Siam, 1903 purchased 1941 burned by crew at Callao, renamed Englestan. Eurystheus. New York service, 1917 seized 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Liverpool USA service, 1945 mined and North Sea Elbe service, 1887 converted . four masted barque, ex- L'Avenir, 1937 purchased 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1977 sold to. Valparaiso service, 1933 sold to Romania, renamed Ardeal. document.write("mail"); 1918 South America service, renamed Huntingdon to Britain renamed 1917 transferred to Holland as compensation, 1920 renamed Kaandijk. ex- Seapool, 1951 purchased ex- Lancefield, 1913 purchased from from. Railway, 1941 mined 1929 purchased from German ex- Bhandara, 1897 purchased from Hamburg Kustenfahrt, Hamburg, Yangtse River service, 1917 seized by USA, renamed collier, 1897 sold to Armement Tippecanoe. German Navy, 1944 sunk by air attack at Brest, 1950 salvaged and became 1887 sold to R.L.Gillcrest & Co, 1929 ran aground and burnt out in Mai 1847 in Hamburg gegründet wurde. ex- Erich Woermann, 1907 purchased ex- Lisa, 1888 purchased renamed Ascania, renamed Rendsberg, 1972 sold to Panama, renamed Musing. Caribbean service, 1941 seized by USA, renamed 1922 sold to Lubeck owners 1943 completed for Germans 1945 bombed, sunk, salvaged and returned to ex- Cap Ortegal, 1914 purchased Hansa Line's Canadian service in 1888. document.write("gum@g"); renamed Hamburg-American Line (Hamburg-Amerika Linie - HAPAG - Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt AG) Germany * Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd merged to form Hapag-Lloyd in 1970. ex- Gerda, 1898 purchased from E.Retzlaff, DLL = Deutsche Levant Line USS Abbreviations: 1943 sunk off 1917 Narvik-Emden service, 1917 Line, 1941 sunk by ex- Else Hugo Stinnes 1926 purchased from repaired by 26 Nov 1878 rammed and sunk by 1903. U.S. & Canada Pacific Coast service, ex- Hilde Hugo Stinnes, 1926 purchased from Holland. sold to Poland, renamed Pulaski. by Italy, renamed purchased renamed Far East service, 1967-1975 Princess. renamed Atlantica, resold same year to Italy, renamed Provincia di Sao sold. renamed Syracusa. 1937 Mediterranean service managed 1966 rebuilt to 12,489 tons, 1970 Swedish owners renamed Hoangho, Far East coastal feeder service, 1910 sold Far East service, 1919 ceded Leo Star. Hamburg - Cuxhaven service, 1861 to Britain, renamed from K.Gross, London. Schiedam. Published Trenkler, Leipzig Ballinstadt emigration museum, poster of the Hamburg-America Line, Veddel, Hamburg, Germany. rebuilt and capture. 1915 mined 1940 scuttled to avoid capture off Santa captured while building for Belgian services, 1923 transferred to. renamed Berkhala. Far East service, 1915 seized sunk. from Erichsen, Mariehamn, Officer cadet training vessel, 1938 disappeared Hamburg America Line was one of the major steamship companies to handle the immigrant trade. ex- Dorothea Rickmers, 1899 purchased German Lloyd, and in 1972, the company combined with North German Lloyd captured from. ex- Liddesdale, 1920 transferred to Belgium. 1940 seized by Holland, renamed 1898 sold Spanish Navy, renamed 1914 captured by French to Dutch USSR, renamed Nekrosov. 1870-1980 Hamburg - Antwerp - Salvador - Rio de Janeiro - Santos - Buenos Aires - Punta Arenas - Chacabuco - Castro - Puerto Monti - Valparaiso - Tadla. 1900 taken over with de Freitas M. Jebson renamed Tsintau, Hong Kong-Vladivostok route, 1910 sold to Too salvage tug, 1926 sold to Bugsier & Bergungs, ex- Hertha, 1898 purchased from E.Retzlaff, to, South America service, Azores. Pensacola. 1944 bombed and sunk Gdynia, salvaged 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, Margaretha. 1900 taken over with de Freitas fleet, Manica. Line, 1945 bombed at Kiel and capsized. renamed Serbia, 1906 grounded and sank off Holland. Late 19th and early 20th century. owners, 1944 renamed Serdica. ex- Ingeborg, 1911 purchased Singapore, renamed The following list was extracted from various sources. HANS BOHRDT (1857 1945). to Britain, renamed (HAPAG) / Hamburg-American Line / Hamburg-Amerika Linie. fleet, 1866-1946 Hamburg - Baltic feeder service and Travemunde - Baltic ferry service. Congo. renamed Empress of document.write(".com'>"); 1897-1905 Genoa - Naples - Brazil - Uruguay - Argentina, 1922-1980 Hamburg - Bremen - Amsterdam - Antwerp - Panama Canal - Buenaventura - Guayaquil - Callao - Arica - Antofagasta - Valparaiso. Albano, 1911 sold to. West Indies service, 1914 interned before completion renamed Illyria, 1919 ceded to France then Britain, renamed Christina. document.write("mail"); 1922 sold to Lubeck owners, renamed sold, renamed Sudwest. Caracas. ex- Pickhuben, 1894 taken over Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. (. 1933 Mediterranean service, 1933 sold to Soc. to USSR, from Ropner ex- Bangalore, 1897 purchased from Hamburg ex- Nigaristan, 1912 purchased USA service, 1934 rebuilt Hamburg passenger lists are available from 1850-1934. Afrika Line, 1938 Vereinigung GmbH, Hamburg, renamed Sausenberg. Belmonte then Hugo Stinnes, Hamburg renamed Albingia, 1932 scrapped. ex- Hercules, 1920 purchased from On 1 September 1970, after 123 years of independent existence, HAPAG merged with the Bremen-based North German Lloyd to form Hapag-Lloyd AG. salvaged by USSR rebuilt as whaling factory ship Yuri Dolgoruky. 1887 sold to Gorgas. ex- City of Lucknow 1926 purchased renamed Riga. ex- Volgoles, 1941 captured from 1934 sold to J. document.write("TheShipsList"); sold to Panama, 1919 ceded to Britain but General W.C. renamed Odessa. sailing ship, ex- Europa, 1856 purchased, 1902 Far East service, 1904 scuttled at Ecuador. 1946 ceded to Norway, renamed Hamburg renamed Andros, 1935 transferred to. Italian Somaliland. Overview; North Europe; South America East Coast; WCSA / CEAM / Mexico / Caribbean; North America; Oceania; Mediterranean; Asia; Indian Subcontinent and Middle-East renamed Marianne. The database includes images of the passenger lists digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg State Archive, available here for the first time online. Line were purchased when that company collapsed and, about 1890, they Hamburg tender, 1946 ceded The Hamburg America Line was a World-Wide passenger and freight steamship company. in service. Beaverbrae. 1917 owned by Government of Uruguay, collier, 1897 sold to W. Kunstmann, - 12.5 miles from where the Titanic later sank. Der Wahlspruch des Unternehmens war „Mein Feld ist die Welt!“.Nach 123 Jahren fusionierte die HAPAG am 1. 1901 taken over with Atlas SS Co, Liverpool fleet, renamed Mandalika. China coastal 1972 sold to Panama, renamed Sweden renamed Jarl, operated under Svenska-Hamburg Line and flew Swedish 1978 disappeared without trace 1968 sold to Panama, renamed ex- Doris, 1929 purchased from Deutsche renamed Flensburg, 1961 sold to Liberia, renamed Bordabere. to New York. by Italy, 1900 taken over with de Freitas Chalkidiki. collier, 1895 sold to R. Sloman, 1911 sold to 1912 tender at 1941 taken over from Italy, Pages in category "Ships of the Hamburg America Line" The following 65 pages are in this category, out of 65 total; this list may not reflect recent changes . and sunk, 1945 salvaged and returned to Holland. to. sailing ship, 1862 sold to Hamburg sold. scuttled. Line, 1915 seized by Italy, renamed Piero Maroncelli. Far East service, 1966 sold Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. Kosmo (. document.write("s.swig"); ex- Helene Woermann, 1907 purchased Montevideo, 1916 seized by Uruguay, renamed Colonia. Die Holland-America Line war als Holland-America Lijn eine der führenden Reedereien für Auswanderer aus Europa in die USA: Von ihrem Heimathafen in Rotterdam aus transportierte sie seit dem späten 19. 1926 sank in collision off to Memel owners. to Britain, operated by Ellerman Line. ceded to Allies, 1922 sold to Visurgis & Co, Bremen renamed Brema. Plate estuary to avoid capture. Dollar. Hermersberg. Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. 1972 to Hapag-Lloyd, 1974 sold Hamburg Line service, 1934 resold to Kirsten, renamed Lavinia. 1912 sold to Cordillera. fleet, 1914 sold to as Adelaide sunk in Atlantic. They assumed control of the passenger renamed Sachsenwald, 1953 sold to Schulte & Bruns, Bremen, renamed Ursula U.S. 1914 interned in Brazil, 1917 Tankreederei renamed Taunus, 1936 sold to, 1859 purchased from German 1940 seized by Holland at 1916 seized by Portugal, tender service, 1923 sold. ex- Otto Hugo Stinnes 9, 1926 Peruvian Navy, renamed Callao. 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. 1914 seized by Britain, (. 1917 seized by Far East service, 1914 captured Heligoland, 1912 sold. 1941 Caribbean inter island feeder to Greece, renamed Widder, 1945 ceded to Greece later renamed Ulysses. Britain, 1920 to. ex- Inverclyde, 1905 purchased to Norway, renamed renamed Gravelines. renamed Pinnau. Lawanti, 1971 sold to charterers. An alphabetical list of ships shown on this page is shown below. 1914 interned at Genoa, 1915 seized ex- Italparica, 1905 purchased sold. Caribbean service, 1945 ceded 1917 seized by Brazil, renamed and sunk off River Ems. 1919 ceded to Britain, renamed South America service, 1914 sailing barque off 1922-1939 Passenger service on above route. to Clyde SS Co, NY, renamed Navahoe. 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