MS "Anna-Sophie"

    About the Boat

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The Motor ship "Anna-Sophie" was build in 1969 at the H.Assmann shipyard, Norddeich, Germany. She is build of steel on frames for servce in the north sea and completely renovated in 2007.

The ship was ordered by Mr. Bohlen und Mr. Doyen, the two owners of "Bohlen&Doyen Pty. Ltd.", a very well known company at the German north see coast. The name "Anna-Sophie" originates from their wife's, Mrs. Anna Bohlen and Mrs. Sophie Doyen.

The ship operated many years at the north sea as a surveying vessel for the installation of underwater sea cabels.

During the extensive renovation not only the hull, interior and main engine were completely overhauled, also the ship was brought up to modern standards of navigation and safety. Comfort was increased to suit guests.

Today the ship is equipped with a private cabine with a double bed (1,25m / 2,00m) at the stern, including a bathroom with shower, toilet and washing basin.

Amidships you will find the lower bridge with saloon and seating for 5 persons. Further forward we got the pantry and eating area, seating 6 persons. The kitchen is equipped with 4-flame-stove, fridge, washing-up and cuttlery.

At the bow you will find another private room with two beds, so up to 4 guest will have comfortable accomodation.

On deck we have got the upper bridge, seating at the back and in front of the bridge an area for sun-bathing.

Swimming is easy, due to a wide swim-platform, a stair and a warm shower under deck.

Some technical details:

Port of registry: Lübeck-Travemünde
Registration at: Ships registry Kiel
Gross tonnage: 19,64 Register tonnage

Main measurements:
Length over all: 12,90m
Length waterline: 11,00m
Breadth: 3,50m
Height: 1,95m
Draft: 1,30m

Mercedes Diesel engine, "OM 346", 6 cyl., 10,8 ltr., 149 kW, 202 Hp
Bollard pull app. 3 to (static)

Tank contents:
Diesel: 1.170 litres.
Fresh water: 400 litres.
Electricity: 12V DC, 24V DC und 230 V AC


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