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Lifeboat (rescue) Langeoog
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Museums-Rettungsbootes LANGEOOG Baujahr 1944 auf der Werft August Pahl / Hamburg Finkenwerder Länge 14 m Breit 4,55 m Gewicht 35 Tonnen PS 150 Geschwindigkeit 8,5 Knoten Tiefgang 1,38 m BauNr. 256 Ausstattung Funk / Echolot / Radar Einsatzzeit 01.03.1945 bis 22.07.1980 auf Langeoog als Rettungsstation seit Juli 1980 Museumsschiff auf Langeoog

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