2 edition of German North Sea Coast found in the catalog.
|Statement||New Zealand Visitor Publications Ltd|
|Publishers||New Zealand Visitor Publications Ltd|
|LC Classifications||Sep 01, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Development of an expert system for the integrated specification, design and testing of D.C. machines.
The town, which has 2200 inhabitants today, was once part of a much larger settlement which was almost completely destroyed by a storm tide in 1634.
There is an open air museum in a historic Frisian house showcasing life in the area in the 19th century. All these are valuable and diverse habitats for many plant and animal species. Further south and towards the west, a chain of islands is located a few miles off the shoreline. However, undoubtedly the most significant economic meaning of the North Sea area is in tourism.
HAPAG and NDL are no longer in the market.
All countries bordering the North Sea are holding territorial rights to the waters within 12 nautical miles off their shores. That chain goes by the name of East Frisian islands and it consists, from east to west, of the islands of Wangeooge, Spiekeroog, Langeoog, Baltrum, Norderney, Juist and Borkum.
Meanwhile, Albert Ballin 1857-1918 who had taken up employment with HAPAG in 1886 following the success of his agency business arranging emigrant passages and cargoes to the USA, entered the market in 1889 on his own account. While Wilhelmshaven is not much of a tourist destination in itself, despite having a few attractions like museum ships, two old mills and two historic castles, it nevertheless draws a lot of visitors from towns in the area as it has the best shopping and culture offerings.
The service, originally given a four-year operating licence, survived only until June of 1817, when the ship returned to Scotland. The Hamburg-Amerikanischen Packetfahrt company, later generally known as HAPAG, which grew to international prominence maintained a sideline of excursion ferries from German North Sea Coast home port : an involvement which was probably sustained because of the particular interst German North Sea Coast by its managing director, Albert Ballin.
57 m Initially operated by her builders on the Weser, she was sold later in 1840 to the Stader Dampfschiffsgesellschaft Remained in service until 1873 Gutenberg II Built in 1841 by J Lange at Vegesack on the River Weser Dimensions : 32.
In addition to fish, the sea also bears other valuable resources and there is a lot of drilling for natural gas and crude oil done.
Both these ships, bought second-hand after service in the eastern Baltic Sea, remained on local service from Hamburg to Cranz as the longer distance business proved too competitive.
74 m Initially operated by the builders on the Hamburg-Harburg ferry as successors to Peter Kleudgen, as the contract for the ship had been cancelled Sold to HAPAG in 1869 and converted to a lighter and thus not in passenger service Concordia I Built in 1848 by J Lange at Vegesack on the River Weser Dimensions : 40.