Gorch Fock I, Stralsund

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Gorch Fock I (ex Tovarishch, ex Gorch Fock) is a German three-mast barque, the first of a series built as school ships for the German Reichsmarine in 1933.

She was taken as war reparations by the Soviet Union after World War II and renamed Tovarishch. The ship was acquired by sponsors, after a short period under the Ukrainian flag in the 1990s and a prolonged stay in British ports due to lack of funds for necessary repairs.

Then she sailed to her original home port of Stralsund where her original name of Gorch Fock was restored on 29 November 2003. She is a museum ship, and extensive repairs were carried out in 2008.

The Federal German government built a replacement training ship Gorch Fock (1958) which is still in service.
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  • I felt bad seeing such a beautiful boat in such a state. Specially the interiors. I wouldn't call it a museum, it's mostly a deposit of things, not well explained and of course in German. You can... 
    I felt bad seeing such a beautiful boat in such a state. Specially the interiors. I wouldn't call it a museum, it's mostly a deposit of things, not well explained and of course in German. You can...  more »
  • This German sailing ship has an interesting history. She was built in 1933 for training purposes. After WW II, the Soviet Union claimed her as war reparations.She has sailed under the Ukrainian flag.....  more
    This German sailing ship has an interesting history. She was built in 1933 for training purposes. After WW II, the Soviet Union claimed her as war reparations.She has sailed under the Ukrainian flag.....  more »
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  • Worth a visit if you are in Stralsund. Interesting to see the original boat with original equipment from the second world war. 5€ per adult. Can be seen in 15 minutes (not very big). Not suitable for people with physical disabilities. Woman at the register was pretty unpolite. We asked if it's a tour or if we can walk around freely and she replied "well you know how to read right?"
  • Impressive sail boat esp after 70years!

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