Norwegian Built Sail-assisted motor freight vessel
Other photos: Built in Norway, 1914 at 42', 1934 built out to 51' and 60' - 1950's, Photo 3, She flies the "WORLD SHIP TRUST FLAG", Today the Flag Ship of Sail, Power & Steam Museum, Carried tons of frieght in her youth., Commandeered by Germans for submarine patrol, Pilothouse, Saloon settee, Extensive rebuild in 2008, Aft saloon, Brunvoll engine, two cylinder semi-diesel, 90HP, Museum model, Photos taken from internet, Source of remaining photos is unknown, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, At the Museum.
REKORD is the Flag Ship of the Sail, Power and Steam Museum of Rockland, Maine.
Built in 1914 on West coast fjords of Norway with a long career of hauling farm goods from the rugged offshore Islands near Alesund. Being built only 42 feet long and a little small for her trade by 1934, the Norwegian craftsmen put her on the beach and proceeded to cut her in half to lengthen her out three more meters. At that time they equipped the vessel with a very significant, two cylinder, semi-diesel, 90HP Brunvoll engine.
Please contact at (207) 899.0909
Contact Gulf of Maine Yacht Sales.