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Das schwimmende Wahrzeichen Hamburgs. Ein Besuch des 1896 gebauten Frachtenseglers lohnt sich immer. Liebevoll restaurierte Crew- und Offiziersquartiere bieten Einblick in das zum Teil raue Seemannsleben. Unter Deck locken interessante...more
Located on the keyside where the various river ferry's depart from, this is a large tall ship and while I didn't have the time to board her it was well worth stopping to take a photo and enjoy the impressive size
A lovely ship with good displays and reconstructions that really help you get a feel of what it would be like living aboard. My lack of German meant I couldn’t understand much of the detailed information available but that didn’t really spoil the overall experience...More
It's a nice looking tall ship unfortunately you don't get to explore much of the ship only few rooms.
There is a restaurant on board but I can imagine it's extremely expensive to eat there so I didn't.
Rickmer Rickmers is a ship, which is in the Port of Hamburg (HafenCity) and you can visit it. The visit is so interesting and you can see some of the most important rooms of the ship as the officer's room, the washrooms, the map room...More
Went with 2 friends to visit this wonderful vessel. One friend is from Liverpool & loves this type of thing. They have made it come to life & the quarters are fantastic. The film is a much to watch & you get a real feel...More
Hide away from the crowds on the waterfront by touring this 19C sailing ship. We really enjoyed it, both the engineering and the depiction of life on board. Nice looking restaurant too, though we did not stay. Excellent value at 5 euros (seniors).