Ship-museum Sołdek in Gdansk, Poland

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Sołdek is the first seagoing ship put into operation in the history of the Polish shipyard industry.



Five interesting facts about the Sołdek:


  • It was build in the Gdansk Shipyard in 1948.
  • The first foreign voyage took place in 1949, when the ship transported coal to Ghent in Belgium.
  • Until 1981, the ship made 1479 voyages, transported over 3,5 million tonnes of cargo and called at over 60 ports.
  • In 1985, it became a museum in Gdansk.
  • The ship-museum is annually visited by approximately 20 thousand tourists.

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The Motława river and the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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The upper deck of the third cargo hold, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Ship models, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Model of the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Boilers, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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The main steam engine connecting rods, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Engine room telegraph, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Communication room, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Cabin with sitting areal, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Cabin with sitting areal, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Sleeping cabin, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Recreation room, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Recreation room, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Recreation room, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Galley, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Galley, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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Wheelhouse, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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On the after deck, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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On the after deck, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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The after deck, the Sołdek ship, Gdansk
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The Sołdek ship and the Motława river, Gdansk


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