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The beginning of the seaside resort steamer lines
 

   
     

When Wilhelm Malte, the Prince of Putbus started to attract the first bathers to Rügen at the beginning of the 19th century, a comfortable arrival became an important question.  When the “Kronprinzessin Elisabeth” (launched 1826) carried first bathers from Swinemünde to Lauterbach on 9th August 1828, another significant step was therefore achieved in the development of the tourism industry in Pommern.
 

   
     
  Braeunlich ordered the “Dievenov” from the “Früchtenicht & Brock” company, the future famous  "Vulkan Company" of Stettin.  
     
   
     
  The “Princes Royal Victoria”, the 2nd Braeunlich ship was named after the wife of the “99-day Emperor”, Friedrich III. (printed with permission of maritime museum of Rostock).  
     
   
     
  The “Misdroy”, the third Braeunlich ship, costructed by the "Vulkan Company" of Stettin in 1859.  
     
 

 

 

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