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Eisvogel laid up in Wilhelmshaven
|Length:||38.85 m (127 ft 6 in)|
|Beam:||9.7 m (31 ft 10 in)|
|Draft:||3.72 m (12 ft 2 in)|
|Ice class:||140 tonne Hitzler pitching device (for icebreaking)|
|Speed:||13 knots (24 km/h)|
|Range:||2,000 nmi (3,700 km; 2,300 mi) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph)|
|Navigation radar only|
|Armament:||Fitted for one Bofors 40 mm anti-aircraft gun|
The Eisbär was based along the German North Sea coast. After decommissioning she was laid up in Wilhelmshaven later sold to the Netherlands for scrapping.
List of Ships
|A 1401||Eisvogel||April 28, 1960||March 11, 1961||March 3, 2006||Sold to Italy|
|A 1402||Eisbär||June 9, 1969||November 1, 1961||October 30, 1997||Scrapped|
- Icebreaker Eisvogel -- an unrelated vessel
- Class Cert.
- "Ship of the day: Eisvogel". Archived from the original on 2010-10-31.
The Eisvogel (IMO: 8736198, Port of Registry: Trieste) is a 1961 built icebreaker of 35 meters long, almost 10 meters wide. She was built for the German navy by Hitzler Werft, Germany and is propelled by two Maybach MD 655 engines delivering a total output of 1765 kW at 1400 rpm which gives the vessel a 20 tons bollard pull and a maximum speed of 14 knots. Nowadays the vessel is operated as a standard tug by Lucatelli Towing & Salvage, Trieste, Italy.
- Special Vessels - Hitzler Werft's webpage about special ships built by them, including the Eisvogel class