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Sandtorkai - Steamer Schaarhoern
Hamburg

On May 25, 1995, the SCHAARHÖRN was officially turned over to her new owners, the „Dampfer SCHAARHÖRN e.V.“ (Steamer SCHAARHÖRN Association), specially established for the purpose by the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce. The SCHAARHÖRN must now earn her living from chartering and occasional tours for the public. She is manned by members of the „Freunde des Dampfschiffs SCHAARHÖRN e.V.“ (Friends of the Steamship SCHAARHÖRN Association) who operate the SCHAARHÖRN voluntarily and without pay. In 2002 the "Dampfer SCHAARHÖRN e.V." decided to hand the ship over to the "Stiftung Hamburg Maritim" which already was owner of other old ships.

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Uploaded: 04/05/2010
Updated: 26/02/2012
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