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Museumsschiff Rickmer Rickmers

In the extension of the promenade on Hafenstrasse and Vorsetzen, there is on bridge 1A, one of the most beautiful historical living harbor stories, namely two museum ships that can bring out the sailing romance in even the fiercest land crab.

The three-masted bark, Rickmer Rickmers was built in 1896, as one of the last large cargo ships to sail home from the East. Beautifully restored and with real galleon figure with sailor cap, the ship sits on the first floor.

If you want to see what it was like to sail when men were men and tattoos were something that was reserved for those who sailed on the seven seas, well then you have to board the old proud sailing ship.


Museumsschiff Rickmer Rickmers
Bei den St. Pauli Landungsbrücken
20359 Hamburg



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