Seawolf

current project - in the past rescue vessel, in the future industrial design boatel in Duesseldorf

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Seawolf Spirit of the Oceans

Current project from rescue vessel into industrial design Boatel (hotel on the water).

Seawolf, german rescue vessel from 1960

 

The history

The sea rescue cruiser spent long years of service under the name Hamburg on the North and Baltic Sea. After its decommissioning, it was sold to private individuals who used it as a dive ship in the Caribbean. Later the Seewolf spent a sad end in Denmark to this story, until the team of SRF discovered the vessel. Spirit of the Oceans acquired the ship in 2017 and hauled it across the Baltic Sea to Harlingen, where it is currently being rebuilt as Airbnb Boatel.


The transformation
Also the Seawolf is a striking historical eye-catcher in the design-oriented and luxurious media port. The ship will be professionally marketed by marina düsseldorf as a Airbnb Adventure Boatel. In addition, marina düsseldorf intends to use the historic ship of the society for the rescue of castaways as a Social Project. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Sea Rescue Centers.

 

The vessel

  • Build: 1960 by Abeking and Rasmussen

  • Length: 27,00 Meters

  • Width: 5,00 Meters

  • Deepth: 1,20 Meters

  • Weight: 100 Tons

 

The equipement

  • Guestrooms under deck: 2 x 2 Persons

  • Toiletts and showers: 2

  • Kitchen: 2

  • Central heating: Airco

  • BBQ stations: 2

  • Engine: 500 HP Mercedes Benz

Do you want to rent this boat?

More Informations coming soon. 

Spirit of the Oceans

We transform historic Vessels, into unique houseboats

Head Office Germany

Marina Duesseldorf

Shipyard Netherland

SRF Shipbuilding

Yacht-Architect

Olivier van Meer

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