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Passat, Lubeck

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  • Waterfront peninsula port of Travemünde Privall adorns the famous chetyrehmachtovyj sailboat "Passat"-a prominent representative of the family of "flying" barkov German shipping company "Lojesh". In 2011 the year the ship noted his century and is one of the few remaining ships of this class.
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  • The ship, being navigable in the early 20 century, is now a museum. We went just pofotografirovali on the outside.
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  • Chic sailboat, stands out from the rest of the ships. The ship is well worth a visit, you won't be sorry.
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  • Neat ship! €4 entrance is worth it. If you have the (Kurkarte) it's cheaper. There is construction going on around it and the way to the ferry is long and just plain stupid!!! (June 2016)
  • Interesting old ship
  • Cool place
  • The "Passat" is lovingly rebuilt as a museum ship. The tour takes in all areas of the vessel, including the cargo hold with a reconstruction of actual loading. Based on diary entries of a then 15-year old from the year 1932 - 1935 is a piece of the "Passat" moving story which made alive. A worthwhile trip!
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  • Who do not go there yourself is guilt. An experience that remains in the head. Kudos to the city of Lübeck and to all who have created here with hand.
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