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Offline t-geronimo

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S 130 wird restauriert
« am: 08 Januar 2009, 20:28:59 »
Demnach ist das deutsche Schnellboot S 130 in letzter Zeit ziemlich heruntergekommen und wird nun von einem britischen Millionär restauriert:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/defence/4045221/Nazi-E-boat-saved-by-military-enthusiast.html


Auch was für Karsten.  :MZ:
Gruß, Thorsten

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Offline Karsten

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert
« Antwort #1 am: 08 Januar 2009, 20:54:03 »
Viele Grüße,

Karsten

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert
« Antwort #2 am: 08 Januar 2009, 22:59:03 »
Ich weiß.  :wink:

Aber die zweite Seite ist ja Stand 2004.  8-)
Gruß, Thorsten

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Offline Torpedo

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert
« Antwort #3 am: 09 Januar 2009, 10:08:50 »
Was ist das denn für ein Unsinn?
Zitat
They were propelled by three powerful Mercedes diesel engines and could travel at 55 knots, faster than any other naval vessel.

Andererseits ist mir JEDES Marineschiff, gleich welcher Nation recht, welches von einem Sammler restauriert wird.
Uli "Torpedo"   [WoW Nic: Torpedo_uas]

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert / jetzt auch mit Hilfe von S-89 Photos
« Antwort #4 am: 01 Dezember 2010, 06:22:27 »
Aktuelle Nachricht, via MARHST-L@LISTS.QUEENSU.CA - von Dave Shirlaw <djshirlaw@SHAW.CA>:

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From the Western Morning News

Historic photographs of a Nazi warship wrecked off the Westcountry coast are being used to help a restoration team to rebuild the last remaining specimen of its type.

Historian Dr Harry Bennett paid £10 through eBay for a series of photos of the Second World War torpedo boat S-89, which lies in Cornish waters near Crackington Haven.

The photos are being used to help a team of shipbuilders accurately rebuild a ship of the same class – the S-130. This German vessel was involved in the Exercise Tiger tragedy in 1944, when a US convoy was ambushed off Slapton Sands, South Devon. It will eventually become a floating memorial to the 1,000 servicemen killed.

The restoration team is having to use detective work to piece the boat together as there are no surviving plans or other vessels to compare it to. The photographs will fill a key piece of the jigsaw in how the finished boat should look. Stay one step ahead of the winter weather

Dr Bennett, a historian at The University of Plymouth, regularly trawls through internet auction sites to try to unearth such gems. He said: "We're talking about something that hasn't been built since the Second World War, so all the papers relating to the development and construction of the project have been scattered to the four winds. The restoration is aiming to recreate a fully working vessel. This boat could go at 43 knots. In 1943, it was at the cutting edge, technologically speaking."

The photos will particularly help with the layout of the deck, which they show in great detail. Dr Bennett hopes others will now come forward with similar pictures or documents, or with pieces of the vessel which have been taken as souvenirs since the S-89 broke free from a tow and ran aground near Crackington Haven, where it is now wrecked.

The £4 million S-130 restoration project is being overseen by private collector Kevin Wheatcroft.

After Exercise Tiger, it was later used by the British Navy. Dr Bennett said: "This warship is both German and British. Their craftsmen built it in 1943,and now ours are restoring it. Surely shared projects like there are how we make sure there are no wars in the future."

The restoration is a coup for Cornish shipbuilding firm Roving Commissions, who expect the delicate operation to take another five years. Company spokesman John Owls said the new photographs would play an important role in the process.

For more information and pictures of the restoration, log on to www.s130.co.uk or www.rovcom.co.uk.

dan

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert
« Antwort #5 am: 01 Dezember 2010, 09:46:44 »
Moin und Hallo.Hatte ich schon verdrängt vor ein paar Wochen kam im Schleswig-Holstein Magazin ein Bericht.Der Besitzer war wohl auf der Bauwerft(?) in Travemünde und hat alte baupläne gesichtet.Gruß Ernie :MG:

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Re: S 130 wird restauriert
« Antwort #6 am: 10 Mai 2019, 13:56:26 »
Hallo,
Der Besuch eines Zeitzeugen von "Exersize Tiger (1944)"
aus 2015 bei "ex S 130 "
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-devon-32396969
https://vimeo.com/211554610
Grüße
Beate

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