Pamir


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Carl Wilhelm Heinrich Christoph Horn


Heinrich Horn
Carl Wilhelm Heinrich Christoph Horn (? - ?) was a german captain, the second commander of the Pamir.

He commanded several Laeisz ships.

Navire Begin End Comment (2)
Paposo 07.03.1899 23.10.1899
Paposo 10.12.1899 12.06.1900
Paposo 03.09.1900 08.04.1901
Paposo 20.06.1901 27.09.1901
Pestalozzi 03.05.1902 27.12.1902
Persimmon 06.02.1903 17.10.1903 Valparaiso, Caleta Buena
Persimmon 17.11.1903 28.01.1904 Valparaiso, Iquique,
Rotterdam
Persimmon 31.07.1904 26.02.1905 Valparaiso, Tocopilla
Persimmon 05.06.1905 12.01.1906 Valparaiso, Caleta Buena
Persimmon 21.03.1906 02.12.1906 Valparaiso, Tocopilla
Persimmon 02.02.1907 03.11.1907 Valparaiso, Iquique
Persimmon 02.03.1908 17.09.1908 Valparaiso, Tocopilla
Pamir 29.01.1909 07.10.1909 () Valparaíso, Tocopilla
Pamir 10.11.1909 21.07.1910 () Antwerp, Valparaíso, Iquique
Pamir 07.09.1910 04.05.1911 () Valparaíso, Tocopilla
Pitlochry 28.07.1911 02.03.1912
Pitlochry 24.05.1912 07.12.1912 Valparaiso
Pitlochry 28.02.1913 19.19.1913 Valparaiso
Pitlochry xx.xx.1913 28.11.1913 Sunk in the Channel


On January the 29th 1909, he took command of the Pamir for her fourth voyage () and left Hamburg bound for Valparaíso and Tocopilla.

On November the 10th 1909, he left Hamburg for the fifth voyage () of the Pamir bound for Antwerp then Valparaíso and Iquique.

On September the 7th 1910, he left Hamburg for the sixth voyage () of the Pamir bound for Valparaíso and Tocopilla.

On November the 28th 1913, he sank onboard the Pitlochry following a collision but all the crew was rescued.

Références

(1) Pitlochry (Wiki)

(2) Meteo Journals

(3) Pitlochry (Wreck site)

(4) Pitlochry (History)

The firsts german crews

The Captains