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List of lightvessels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This page lists lightvessels around the world. Most surviving light vessels reside in the United Kingdom, and the United States; these are split out separately. Some of the lightvessels mentioned in the lists have been renamed more than once, while others have been re-stationed or captured in war. Lightvessels were also not as permanent as a building or structure which helped lead to the replacement of others.

Worldwide

in the U.K. and Ireland
in the U.S.
elsewhere
Name Image Country Location
Coordinates
Year
built
Year deactivated Fate
Almagrundet
Almagrundet.jpg
Sweden Sandhamn
59°16′N 19°31′E / 59.267°N 19.517°E / 59.267; 19.517
1896 1964 Replaced in 1964, likely scrapped.
Amorina N/A Sweden N/A 1934 1970 Refitted into a Barquentine in 1979, used for racing.
Bras d'Or N/A Canada N/A 1926 1939 Reported as missing in 1940.[1]
CLS-4 Carpentaria
Lightship CLS4 "Carpentaria" (7854156048).jpg
Australia Sydney 1917 1985 Museum ship in Sydney
Mayor Abendroth
Feuerschiff Elbe 3 in Bremerhaven.jpg
Germany 53°19′22″N 8°20′38″E / 53.32269°N 8.34395°E / 53.32269; 8.34395 1908 1927 Museum ship
Fehmarnbelt Lightship
Fehmarnbelt.jpg
Germany Schleswig-Holstein 1908 1985 Retired
Fladen
Fladen.jpg
Sweden Gothenburg
57°42′31″N 11°57′37″E / 57.70864°N 11.96036°E / 57.70864; 11.96036
1915 1969 Museum ship at Gothenburg
FS1 [de]
FS 1 2226.jpg
Germany 54°10.8′N 007°27.5′E / 54.1800°N 7.4583°E / 54.1800; 7.4583 (GB) or 54°09.9′N 006°20.7′E / 54.1650°N 6.3450°E / 54.1650; 6.3450 (GW/EMS) or in Wilhelmshaven during maintenance 1983 In service
FS3 N/A Germany 54°10.8′N 007°27.5′E / 54.1800°N 7.4583°E / 54.1800; 7.4583 (GB) or 54°09.9′N 006°20.7′E / 54.1650°N 6.3450°E / 54.1650; 6.3450 (GW/EMS) or in Wilhelmshaven during maintenance 1986 In service
FS4 N/A Germany 54°10.8′N 007°27.5′E / 54.1800°N 7.4583°E / 54.1800; 7.4583 (GB) or 54°09.9′N 006°20.7′E / 54.1650°N 6.3450°E / 54.1650; 6.3450 (GW/EMS) or in Wilhelmshaven during maintenance 1988 In service
Fs Kalkgrund II
Feuerschiff Flensburg 1961a.jpg
Germany N/A 1910 1963 Re-named S/V Noorderlicht in 1992, continues to operate as a cruise vessel.
Hyöky
Lightvessel Helsinki Hyöky.jpg
Finland Tervasaari, harbor of Hamina 1912 1959 Sold to private owner
Lightship Finngrundet
Lightship Finngrundet.jpg
Sweden Stockholm
59°19′38.4″N 18°5′25.5″E / 59.327333°N 18.090417°E / 59.327333; 18.090417
1903 1969 Museum ship
Lightvessel Gedser Rev
Fyrskib XVII Gedser Rev, c. 1948.jpg
Denmark Gedser Odde
55°40′48″N 12°35′23″E / 55.6800°N 12.5897°E / 55.6800; 12.5897
1895 1972 Museum ship at Nyhavn, Copenhagen
Lightvessel I N/A Denmark Horns Rev 1913 1980 Museum ship in Esbjerg.
Lightvessel XI
Lightship XI Drogden, Copenhagen.jpg
Denmark N/A 1878 Unknown Sold to private owner
Lightvessel XXI N/A Denmark N/A 1911 1988 Floating café in Ebeltoft.
Relandersgrund
Ravintolalaiva.jpg
Finland Helsinki Harbour 1888 Unknown Retired, and docked in Helsinki as a restaurant ship (2003)
Suriname-Rivier
Suriname 1 Lightship Fort Nieuw-Amsterdam.jpg
Suriname Fort Nieuw-Amsterdam 1910 1964 Permanently berthed, and in serious disrepair at a wet dock in Suriname.
West-Hinder I N/A Belgium Nieuwpoort
51°07′28.6″N 4°17′27.2″E / 51.124611°N 4.290889°E / 51.124611; 4.290889
1950 1972 Museum ship in Rupelmonde[2]
West-Hinder II
Zeebrugge - West-Hinder 2 - 1.jpg
Belgium Nieuwpoort
51°20′03.9″N 3°12′29.5″E / 51.334417°N 3.208194°E / 51.334417; 3.208194
1950 1994 Berthed on dry land in a theme park at the Zeebrugge water front.[2]
West-Hinder III
West Hinder III lightship.JPG
Belgium Nieuwpoort
51°13′46.5″N 4°24′16.3″E / 51.229583°N 4.404528°E / 51.229583; 4.404528
1950 1992 Donated to the city of Antwerpen in 1995.[2]

References

  1. ^ Author, Unknown (31 Oct 1940). "29 Are Missing From Auxiliary Minesweeper Bras d'Or". Halifax herald.
  2. ^ a b c Rowlett, Russ (26 November 2013). "Lighthouses of Belgium". The Lighthouse Directory. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Retrieved 31 August 2014.
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