D.F.D.S. (Det Forenede Dampskibs Selskap),
Copenhagen, Denmark.

m.ro-ro/passenger/ferry

C. F. TIETGEN.

Off.no: ? Build: 1928 Shipyard: Helsingor Skibs & Msk., Elsinor, Denmark.  # 185
Dwt: 901 Grt: 1.850 Nrt: 1.036
Passenger: 575 Knots:  14,7 Dim:  86,74 x 12,22 x 5,00 m.
24/1 1928: Ordered.
9/7 1928: Keel laid.
20/10 1928: Launched.
19/12 1929: Delivered to DFDS A/S, Aarhus, Denmark as C. F. TIETGEN and in trafik Aarhus-Copenhagen
4/2 1939 - 15/6 1939: Rebuild and new engine (Oil 2SA B&W 1050-VF-90, 3.600 bhp) fitted at Helsingors Jernskibs og Maskinbyggeri, Helsingor. (1.105 passenger, new tonnage: Grt: 1.938/ Nrt: 1.065/ Dwt: 794).
17/2 1940: Had fire on board when in Aarhus, two firemen killed.
7/3 1940-27/6 1940: Repaired at Helsingors Jernskibs og Maskinbyggeri, Helsingor, Denmark.
27/6 1940: Laid up in Copenhagen.
6/5 1944: Seized by the German Navy and moved to Stettin.
14/5 1944: Used as a submarine mothership for the German 4 subamrine flottilia. Managed by J. T. Essberger and renamed ULAN, later renamed DRAGONIER.
1/9 1944: used by German 24 submarine flottilia.
6/3 1945: Used in the evacuation of East Preussia.
16/7 1945: Arrived Copenhagen and returned to DFDS AS, renamed C.F. TIETGEN.
9/2 1947 - 31/3 1947: Laid up.
1/9 1954 - 7/12 1954. Rebuild and lengthened at A/S Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen. (New dim: 99,27 x 12,22 x 5,18 m. New tonnage: 2.785 grt, 1.652 nrt, 935 dwt, 1.200 passengers.)
21/6 1969 - 12/10 1969: Laid up in Copenhagen.
18/8 1969: Sold to Paul Bersöe & Son A/S, Glostrup, Denmark to be broken up.
12/10 1969: Towed from Copenhagen to Masnedo
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05.1970: Broken up by A/S Jernhavnen, Masnedo, Denmark.