SS Hohenzollern Passenger Lists 1881
Count Eulenburg, Admiral Sir J. E. Commerell, and the Kaiser on Board the Hohenzollern: The Kaiser and His Suite. The Illustrated London News, 12 August 1893. GGA Image ID # 1d3b7d106d
Hohenzollern (1873) North German Lloyd
Built by Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Hull, England. Tonnage: 3,288. Dimensions: 353' x 39'. Single screw, 12 1/2 knots. Compound engines. Triple expansion engines in 1890. Two masts and one funnel. Iron hull. Passengers: 142 first, 800 third. Launched, May 24, 1873. Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-Panama, December 7, 1873. Services: 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. Both vessels were also used in South American Trade.
All Digitized Passenger Lists For the SS Hohenzollern Available at the GG Archives. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route.
Steamer "Hohenzollern": built in 1873 by Earle's Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. in Hull. 1890 with new machines and boilers provided by the corporation "Vulcan" in Bredow near Szczecin. Length 107.06 m, width 11.887 m, room depth 9.71 m, measurement register tons gross 3287, register tons net 2,175, draft empty 15 F. 6 1/2 Z. = 4.768 m, carrying capacity 2,109 t at 22 F. = 6.736 m draft. Crew 107 people. Passengers: I. class 44, II. Class 18, III. Class 540 people. Machines indicate 2380 horsepower. Electric lighting 2 dynamos with together 251 lamps. Speed 13 knots.
1881-04-20 SS Hohenzollern Passenger List
- Steamship Line: North German Lloyd (Norddeutscher Lloyd)
- Class of Passengers: Steerage
- Date of Departure: 20 April 1881
- Route: Bremen to Baltimore
- Commander: Captain R. Sander
Passenger Lists contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenir list provided to the passengers of each cabin class (and other classes). Many of these souvenir passenger lists have disappeared over the years. Our collection contains a sampling of what was originally produced and printed by the steamship lines.