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Lichtschip N 1 Maas



The Lichtschip N 1 was scrapped in 1935.

Built: 1881
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Amsterdam

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Lichtschip N 2 Terschellingerbank



The Lichtschip N 2 was scrapped in 1935.

Built: 1882
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Amsterdam

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Lichtschip N 3 Haaks



The Mayflower, now a floating bar in Brugge, was built in 1883 as Lichtschip Nr.3 by the Rijkswerf in Amsterdam for the Dutch Government. Lichtschip Nr.3 served as lightvessel HAAKS from 1925 till 1930. She was then withdrawn from active service and was laid up in reserve.

In August 1939 the Lichtschip nr.3 was sold for scrap to Frank Rijsdijk in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht (Dordrecht) for 4852.- Dutch guilders. The scrapper removed the most valuable items and then sold the hull to Stichting Nationale Jeugdzorg (Hollands Glorie) for a mere 500.- guilders. The ship was named Hollands Glorie in 1939 or 1940.

After a long stationary career for Hollands Glorie she was sold to the Belgian scrapyard J.Bakker & Zn in 1975. Instead of being scrapped, she was converted to a bar. (Source: Urbain Ureel)

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Lichtschip N 4 Terschellingerbank



Lichtschip N 4 was taken out of service after World War II.

Built: 1891
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Tonnage: 334 tons
Dimensions: 34.24m x 6.50m x 3.10m
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Amsterdam

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Lichtschip N 5 Schouwenbank



Lichtschip N 5 was taken to Germany during World War II, but never returned after the war.

Built: 1892
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Tonnage: 322 tons
Dimensions: 34.24m x 6.50m x 3.40m
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Shipyard: De Nachtegaal van J.F. Meursing, Bickerseiland, Amsterdam

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Lichtschip N 6 Haaks



Taken by Germany in 1941. Never returned.

Built: 1901
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Tonnage: 302 tons
Dimensions: 34.30m x 6.49m x 3.15m
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Shipyard: J.L.Ceuvel, Amsterdam

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Lichtschip N 7 Noord-Hinder



Lichtschip N 7 was taken over by the Germans in World War II. Returned after the war and taken back into service.

Built: 1910
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Dimensions: 42.20m x 7.12m x 3.15m
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Shipyard: Wilton Fijenoord, Rotterdam

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Lichtschip N 8 Maas



The Lichtschip N 8 was the only Dutch lightvessel who had own propulsion. The engines and propellor were removed in 1947.

Built: 1923
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Tonnage: 432 tons
Dimensions: 46.35m x 7.42m x 3.23m
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Shipyard: J. & A. van der Schuyt, Papendrecht

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Lichtschip N 9 Terschellingerbank



Lichtschip N 9 was sold in 1979.

Built: 1933
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Dimensions: 42.60m x 7.67m x 2.82m
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Willemsoord

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Lichtschip N 10



Built: 1952
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Tonnage: 493 tons
Dimensions: 45.4m x 7.92m x 2.9m
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Willemsoord

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Lichtschip N 11 Noord-Hinder



She stranded in 1992 on the beach of Texel and was scrapped in place. Mast has been preserved.

Built: 1953
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Tonnage: 493 tons
Dimensions: 45.4m x 7.92m x 2.9m
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Shipyard: Rijkswerf Willemsoord

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Lichtschip N 12 Noord-Hinder


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Lichtschip N 12 was the last lightvessel built in the Netherlands for the Dutch Government. She was taken out of service in 1994.

Built: 1963
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Tonnage: 510 tons
Dimensions: 45.40m x 8.35m x 3.15m
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Shipyard: De Waal, Zaltbommel

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