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The Fleets

Baltischer Lloyd / Baltic Lloyd

The Baltischer Lloyd (Baltic Lloyd) started in 1870 with a capital of 650.000 thalers (£ 100,000). The Baltischer Lloyd did quite well with the passenger trade ; the ships could accommodate 150 first and second class and 700 steerage passengers, but freights did not by any means come up to expectations. The Baltischer Lloyd went in liquidation on 25 April 1876.

Many thanks to Henk Jungerius and Ted Finch for their assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

Routes:

  • Stettin - New York via Copenhagen and Christiansand
  • Stettin - New York via Antwerp

Funnel:
White with black top.

Fleet:

Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Ernst Moritz Arndt 1873 built by T.R. Oswald & Co., Sunderland | 1879 sold to A. Lopez Y Compania renamed Habana, 1881 company changed to Compania Trasatlantica, 1900 scrapped. 2,597
Franklin 1871 built by T.R. Oswald & Co., Sunderland | 1874 sold to Raffaele Rubattino of Genoa renamed Batavia, 1877 wrecked on Capy Shoals near Marseilles. 1,878
Humboldt 1871 built by T.R. Oswald & Co., Sunderland | 1874 sold to Raffaele Rubattino of Genoa renamed Sumatra, 1881 transferred to Navigazione Generale Italiana (NGI), 1910 transferred to Societa Nationale del Servizi Marittimi, 1913 transferred to Societa Marittima Italiana, Genoa, 1923 scrapped. 1,801
Thorwaldsen 1872 built by T.R. Oswald & Co., Sunderland | 1873 wrecked on Swedish coast. 2,600
Washington 1873 built by T.R. Oswald & Co., Sunderland | 1879 sold to A. Lopez Y Compania renamed Ciudad Condal, 1881 company changed to Compania Trasatlantica, 1906 scrapped at Genoa. 2,576

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