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"Sørlandet is the oldest of the three Norwegian Tall Ships"
Is this statement correct? I figure the three Norwegian Tall Ships are Statsraad Lehmkuhl built 1914, Christian Radich built 1937 and Sørlandet (ship) built 1927. Lehmkuhl was built in Germany, but has been in Norwegian ownership since 1921(?). Or should the statement say that it is the oldest Tall Ship BUILT in Norway, but which is then the third? I can only find these three Norwegian Tall Ships operated today in Norway. --Tradof (talk) 07:23, 18 October 2011 (UTC)