SS Hohenzollern Archival Collection

 

Hohenzollern (1873) North German Lloyd

Built by Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Hull, England. Tonnage: 3,288. Dimensions: 353' x 39'. Propulsion: Single- screw, 12 1/2 knots. Compound engines. Triple expansion engines in 1890. Masts and Funnels: Two masts and one funnel. Iron hull. Passengers: 142 first, 800 third. Launched, May 24, 1873. Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-Panama, December 7, 1873. Service: Also in Bremen-New York service. Placed in Bremen-Far East trade in 1886. Fate: Sold in 1899 and broken up for scrap. Sister ship: Habsburg. Note: Both vessels were also used in South American trade.

 

Hohenzollern (1889) North German Lloyd

This Ship Sailed as the SS Hohenzollern from 1901-1908

Built by "Vulkan", Stettin, Germany. Tonnage: 6,668. Dimensions: 449'x 51'. Propulsion: Single-screw, 16 knots. Triple expansion engines. Masts and Funnels: Two masts and two funnels. Service: Mediterranean-New York. Fate: Wrecked on Sardinia in 1908. Previous Name: Kaiser Wilhelm II (1889-1901).

 

Front Cover, SS Hohenzollern Passenger List - 20 April 1881

SS Hohenzollern 20 April 1881

  • Steamship Line: North German Lloyd
  • Class of Passengers: Steerage
  • Date of Departure: 20 April 1881
  • Route: Bremen to Baltimore
  • Commander: Captain R. Sander

 

Sailing Schedule, Bremen-Australia, Genoa-New York-Genoa, Marseille-Naples-Alexandria-Naples-Marseille, from 17 May 1905 to 18 November 1905.

Sailing Schedule, Bremen-Australia, Genoa-New York-Genoa, Marseille-Naples-Alexandria-Naples-Marseille, from 17 May 1905 to 18 November 1905. Ships Included the Hohenzollern, König Albert, Königin Luise, Neckar, Prinzess Irene, Schleswig, Seydlitz, Stuttgart, Weimar, and Zieten. SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse First and Second Class Passenger List, 23 May 1905. GGA Image ID # 2108ac16c3

 

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