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  The Stettiner Dampfschiffs-Gesellschaft J.F. Braeunlich I
 

 
     
 
     
 
     

In 1851, Carl Julius Ferdinand Braeunlich ordered the “Dievenov” from the “Früchtenicht & Brock” company, the future famous  Vulkan Company of Stettin.  With the commissioning of the ship in 1852, the Braeunlich shipping company was founded.  With two additional ships, the “Princess Royal Victoria” and the “Misdroy”, a regular line was established between Stettin and Swinemünde.  Braeunlich operated on the “Stettiner Haff” and ran routes to the islands of Usedom and Wollin. After brief collaboration with Albert Ballin, he expanded further into the Baltic Sea. Braeunlich was involved with a mail ship link to Sweden. In 1896, the “J.F. Braeunlich Shipping Company” was transformed into the “J.F. Braeunlich Stettin Steam Ship Company Ltd.”.  Two small ships, the “Hanni” and the “Werner”, continued to operate on and around the Oder.

     
 
     
 
     
 
 

 

 

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