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As you can see on this Wiki page, the SCHILKSEE flies these arms on a white field (and the flag of Kiel on the bow) on this clickable photo. Founded in 1996, the former shipping department of Kiel’s local transport company and still owned by the town, SFK offers transport to places near Kiel – and supplementary lines to beaches, in summer – best seen on this little map. In addition, harbour and Nord-Ostsee-Kanal (Kiel Canal) visits are organized during the season plus, of course, to the Kieler Woche (i.e.
For some reason the Nazis helped Hafenrundfahrt to buy up several companies such as a local bus operator and NDC, symbolized by a name change in 1938, 'Kieler Verkehrs AG' (i.e. Even during WW2 this policy was continued as the NDC takeover happened in 1941; part of Kiel's tramway system was cornered the next year. The 'Hafenrundfahrt' house flag appears in the 1928 Flaggenbuch II (part 1) under different numbers, depending on the issue.
According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of the company's existence at least from 1841 until 1875. Company existed at least in 1897, because she is mentioned within "Gratis Beilage zu Deicken und Behrmann's Neuen Monatsheften Neue Ausgabe Sommer 1897" .
Friedrichtstadt on the Eider, founded to receive Dutch Protestant expatriates, has many navigable canals; a tributary river, the Treene, offers a view of picturesque landscapes and the possibility of visiting Schwabstedt, a health resort.
As usual various extras may be had such as dinner aboard, shanty singing, and romantic lantern excursions, but a feature most firms of this kind will not offer is hiring rowing or pedal boats! According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of the company's existence at least from 1846 until 1886 with a two year break from 1849 to 1851. According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of the company's existence at least from 1836 until 1849, with interruptions before since 1816, one of Hamburg's oldest shipping lines.
The variant has only black capitals, a different form of shield and an additional yellowish rope.
This tourist ship company is located in Breege, isle of Rügen and runs a line from Ralswiek via Breege to the isle of Hiddensee. Baltischer Lloyd, I have no images, the company's existence was 1871-1874 according to Bonsor in his "North Atlantic Seaways" and 1870-1876 in the shipslist website and this is outside the scope of my books as although they go back to 1883 it is not until Lloyds 1904 that non British companies were shown in any number. Bonsor does not illustrate but he describe the flag as being white, black "BALTISCHER LLOYD, STETTIN" between two black concentric circles, in centre, black head of a griffin vrowned. The company is located in Greetsiel (Aurich County), was established in 1987 and runs one tourist ship, the MS GRETCHEN, which was built in 1924.
The pennant was vertically divided white (hoist) and blue (fly), the winged lion with one paw holding a caduceus and the other one resting on the globe, all yellow, in the hoist. One single vessel, the push boat-cum-firefighting boat BAYER, is shown on the Binnenvaart site - it was built in 1974 (from 1996 on registered at Dormagen which is on the Rhine N.
Founded in 2001, Chemion Logistik at Leverkusen is now Bayer's specialized (owned) company responsible for logistic operations including inland shipping. The VBW's aim is the promotion of inland navigation in the widest sense thanks to cooperation of all actors including other means of transport.
The Satzung (call it the Rules) of the VBW is reproduced on above page and some interesting flag details are given, but the main thing of course is § 2 i.e. This picture is clickable – giving all the details – and is presented as a ‘Fahrflagge’ i.e. According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of this tugboat company's existence at least from 1879 until 1884.
According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of the company's existence at least from 1878 until 1889 and from 1910 until 1911. According to source Hamburg shipowners register provides evidence of the company's existence at least from 1876 until 1883. Wittig GmbH at Duisburg on the Rhine is a renowned supplier of shipping and industry related articles.
The Dutch on-line Binnenvaartkrant ran an article in the 11th issue of this year (20 May 2008): select '11' on the page. The house flag - to recall, if you do not operate inland ships your customers may still fly your flag day and night - was offered on German eBay - table flag size, really - offer no. The same flag - the adult version, if I may be so bold - is shown in 'Flaggen auf dem Rhein' (1952 ed.) but without names on the belt. The Schneider company, established at the Kaiserhafen, Ruhrort (Duisburg) and active in the same branch of business, was taken over in 1995 and the combined firm was known as Wittig & Schneider KG till the establishment of Wittig GmbH, beginning 2002.
I should add that the Kaiserhafen no longer exists as such: this part of the inland port is now completely filled up, providing space for terminals and logistics operators. We learn that Wortmann has been active in harbour and waterway construction for over forty years now.


The current house flag is described as having “a blue field with three white wavy lines, lowered to fit in a white lozenge bearing a blue stylized initial ‘J’ (…) the lozenge is surrounded by red-white-green lines (starting with red from the inside), not counting the white fimbriation separating them from the blue field”. The only difference with the attached flag image is the presence of two initials ‘J’ – the left one higher than the other – no doubt evoking the founder's name. Here is the flag of the important Jaegers Group of companies with Reederei (shipping company) Jaegers GmbH at Duisburg as the core firm. In order to keep track of the group’s ramifications (not all firms are German) it is better, I feel, to organize my comments around the various countries instead of sending a sprawling message. Shown all over the site – as a drawing, and on photos – is the characteristic house flag: a blue field with three white wavy lines, lowered to fit in a white lozenge bearing a blue stylized initial ‘J’.
Alas, the company did not reply to my request for information so I venture a wild guess: the red-white-green represents North Rhine-Westphalia. The company aimed to become the main trading company (=Hauptfaktorei) of the archipelago of Jaluit in the Marshall Islands in the South Pacific which was led previously by the Deutsche Handels-und Plantagengesellschaft (German Trading and Plantation Company) and by Robertson & Hersheim (Hamburg). This image is based on an early website flag logo which has been a mislead by the flag image then being outlined white in order to separate if from the blue website background. The company grew, then in 1971 they began the partnership form of ship ownership and then in 1982 established a shipping group, In 2000 the name was changed to the current Jüngerhans Maritime Services GmbH & Co. So, the first version shown above is incorrect, there is proof of a table flag which I would assume would translate to a flag proper which in turn now has a slightly different version going by the company images. Besides traditional one hour discovery tours special offers include private charters, local trips on rivers or canals, etc.
The logo seen on the introductory page is a black steering wheel with eight spokes and a broad yellow ring bearing black words "STUHFF" (top) and "BARKASSEN" (bottom) separated by black dots. The picture is rather small yet I do not think there are any additional words on the flags. I spotted this variant with logo in a white disc on 20 Dec 2011 in Lübeck at the Obertrave. Under the name "Neptun" actually operate three firms, the main one specialized in shipping and freighting, another one in transporting sand, gravel and the like, and a third in transporting and storing cement, fodder, wheat, etc. Founded in 1921 by Leon de Vilder from Belgium, specializing in the coal trade with Belgium and France, Neptun expanded by shipping other goods to those countries and to the Netherlands as well.
The house flag is in essence horizontally divided red-white-red with the name "NEPTUN" in black on the central stripe, but not as shown in the drawing on the website! In the upper hoist corner were a yellow moon crescent and a 5-point star of the same colour.
The plan was to established a European line but the company ended in running the Eastern Asia services. In the centre of the first quarter there is a white Hamburg-castle with an open door and portcullis.
A pennant really, it appears in 'Flaggen auf dem Rhein' (1952 ed.) and so documents the continued use of the lion - but let me say right away that I do not yet know the years when Bayer's fleet was active.
Shown as a graphic all over the company website, the flag can be seen hoisted over MS "Gebr. Founded in 1977 as the result of a merger between the ‘Zentral-Verein für deutsche Binnenschiffahrt’ (Central Organization for German Inland Navigation), founded in 1869, and the ‘Verein zur Wahrung der Rheinschiffahrtsinteressen’ (Organization for the Defence of Rhine Shipping Interests), founded in 1877 – these, too, being non-profit.
It is a red over white over red horizontal triband with celestial blue capitals "CV" in the white stripe. It is a white flag with a big, dark blue capital "V" in the centre and a red 5-point star in each corner. The flag is divided by a white pile pointing to the bottom into celestial blue(hoist) and red(fly). In its centre was a "V" shaped like a winged dragon head in a blue circle with the wings exceeding the circle. The flag was divided per saltire into white (hoist and fly), blue (top) and red (bottom), the colours of Schelswig-Holstein. This detail may have been too small for the design, or the names did not appear on the flag then. Wolgast Port Association) shows a rather unfocused house flag, see this pageand introduction as well. The company website uses a less dark green and shows the initials both italic and not touching. This information seems to indicate that the double J must have disappeared in 1970 at the latest. The company also organized the shipping and  trading to the Gilbert-Islands and the Caroline Islands.


It is a white flag with two blue chevrons pointing towards the centre from top and bottom edge. In fact the flag is white with narrow blue borders top and bottom and a blue diamond frame enclosing a blue "J". My sole older style has a Gothic "J" with a rounded bottom but some of their current vessels are still showing such a design, albeit having deleted the two blue funnels bands and having ships with a first name of "Industrial" thus suggesting a separate use e.g. An image of the flag can be seen at the top of a share at Maritime Historische Wertpapiere. It is a white over red horizontal bicolour with a black capital "S" superimposed in the centre.
150446658434 (end 29 May 2010) put up by "sloman-fahrer"- I had to manhandle the image, best seen when upside-down and mirrored compared to the item as hoisted. The stripe at the fly end edge is according to source of greater width, although I don't believe so.
The flag is white with a blue border all around, containing in the center a yellow ring and with a blue S inside the ring.
In fact the red stripes are both truncated left and right so as to form isosceles trapeziums (or trapezoids in US parlance) having their respective bases on the flag's horizontal edges.
In the centre a white lozenge, fimbriated black containing a black inscription "Sch", is superimposed. Although cattle transport was important, local shipping companies carried passengers as well, for professional as well as for leisure purposes. Happily, how to reach the company is not only explained for travel by car but also by ship, coming from Helgoland to finally reach Hamburg port where the flag is hoisted! Two white equilateral triangles fimbriated black met one another in the centre of the flag. In the pile is a black capital "V" the bars being parallel to the pile's edge.Above the "V" is a red 5-point star, in both corners at the bottom a white one each. Son) is one more German towage firm presented on this Seatowage page, about halfway down: We see a striking house flag, horizontally divided red above white with a large diamond, touching all edges, counterchanged – so the upper stripe contains a white triangle based on its lower edge and the lower stripe, its red mirror. Continuing modernization of fleet, starting offshore deliveries in 1986 and introducing a maritime oilfield tanker one year later. The entire fleet consists of four tourist vessels, two combined ships, three tugs and two maritime (seaworthy) pontoons.
This tourist shipping enterprise is established - as the name says - at Friedrichtstadt, a little town on the River Eider, Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany. The company spent the costs of administration and therefore gained the right to possess lands without owners to exploit Guano banks and to fish pearls.
I presume the white flag was hoisted for administrative purposes in the archipelago and the red flag was used on the companies ships. The company website is still here with its history page giving family connection with shipping back to 1890 but the current company having foundations from 1931 when Heinrich Jungerhans bought the "Maria".
The company sold its last sailing ship in 1928 but kept a few steamships and was dissolved some time in the 30ies of the 20th century. Currently Neptun, now a German family affair rather than a Belgian one, cooperates with TMF Operations, France. The company applied for a mail-licence in 1884 but failed and Norddeutscher Lloyd ran the mail service. Some sources [Reed 1901, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce 1909 and Larousse Commercial Illustrie 1930] also show this version with the blue being a frame within the field as with the 1st flag shown. In the centre is a white lozenge containing a green initial "W" with top lines parallel to the lozenge's edges. Nevertheless the company made big business in the next years in supplying the German Navy in Eastern Asia. The 1st version, being the change, is shown by all other sources from Brown 1929, except for the German Cigarette cards albums of Massary and Lloyd of the 1930s which show the blue as a border, not an inset frame, and have black letters, not blue. However this image is suspect in that it curves the bottom of the letter whereas the Josef Nüsse table flag squares it. In 1900 the company paid its shareholders a bonus on shares of 12% and earned 151,955 Mark i.e.



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