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Passenger List, Hamburg American Line, S.S. Meteor, 4 May 1907

Cruise Passenger List for the S.S. Meteor of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 4 May 1907 from Genoa for Hamburg via Villafranca, Ajaccio, Algiers, Gibraltar, Tangier, Lisbon, and Dover, Commanded by Captain Schwamberger. Duration 16 days. Fares of Mk. 350 upwards.

List of Cruise Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S. Meteor

Captain Schwamberger

From Genoa to Hamburg

via Villafranca, Ajaccio, Algiers,
Gibraltar, Tangier, Lisbon and Dover

Saturday, 4 May 1907

The S.S. Meteor (c1909)

List of Officers

  1. Captain: Schwamberger
  2. First Officer: E. Wemmel
  3. Second Officer: M. Fontane
  4. Third Officer: B. Schellong
  5. Fourth Officer: P. Seeliger
  6. First Engineer: G. Erdmann
  7. Second Engineer: H. Gramberg
  8. Third Engineer: P. Schneider
  9. Fourth Engineer: H. Junge
  10. Physician: Dr. K. Plaut
  11. Purser: G. Schaeffer
  12. Assistant Purser: G. Lambert
  13. Chief Steward: F. Jetschmann
  14. Baggage Master: E. Kluth
  15. Assistant Chief Steward: W. Siegler
  16. Head Chef: O. Lehrte

Front Cover, Passenger List, Hamburg American Line, S.S. Meteor, 4 May 1907

List of Cruise Passengers

  1. Mr. Geh. Oekonomierat Georg Andrae
    Rittergut Braunsdorf b/. Tharandt
  2. Mrs. A. Andrae
    Rittergut Braunsdorf b/. Tharandt
  3. Mr. Hermann Aschaffenburg
    M. Gladbach
  4. Mr. Emil Albert
    Berlin
  5. Mr. Emil Bing
    Berlin
  6. Mr. F. Bunk
    Hamburg
  7. Mr. Dr. med. Georg Baumgart
    Cassel
  8. Mr. Rechtsanwalt Herrn. Bork
    Marburg
  9. Mrs. Wilhelmine von Buelow
    Freienwalde a/ Oder
  10. Miss Hildegard von Buelow
    Freienwalde a/ Oder
  11. Mr. Franz Boettger
    Dresden
  12. Mr. Paul Blum
    Berlin
  13. Mr. Dr. Aug. von Bulmering
    Hamburg
  14. Mr. A. Brenner
    Hamburg
  15. Mrs. A. Brenner
    Hamburg
  16. Mr. Kommerzienrat Hugo Bock
  17. Mr. Max Dorl
    Braunschweig
  18. Mrs. Else Dorl
    Braunschweig
  19. Mr. Alex. H. Downs
  20. Mr. Georg Denis
    Nuernberg
  21. Mr. Hermann Doht
    Berlin
  22. Mr. Ileinr. Erasmy
    Gelsenkirchen
  23. Mr. Max Fechner
    Berlin
  24. Mrs. Toni Feldmann
    Berlin
  25. Mr. D. Flach
    Berlin
  26. Mr. .J. Fraenkel
    Laubau
  27. Mr. Feigeil
    Heidelberg
  28. Mrs. S. Greve
    Hamburg
  29. Mr. Rudolf Gutmann
    Berlin
  30. Mr. Georg Gruenbaum
    Berlin
  31. Mrs. Georg Gruenbaum
    Berlin
  32. Mr. Hans Hetzer
    Werdau i/ S
  33. Mrs. Hans Hetzer
    Werdau i/ S
  34. Mr. S. Hillerup
    Uyksburg
  35. Miss Marie Herzog
    Dresden
  36. Mr. Karl Herzog
    Dresden
  37. Mr. Hegeweit
    Berlin
  38. Mr. Regierungsrat Haeckermann
    Koenigsberg i. Pr
  39. Mr. E. Hildebrandt
    Zoppot
  40. Mr. Paul Hosang
    Bernburg
  41. Mr. H. Hartmann
    Hamburg
  42. Mr. Oberamtsrichter E. Hch. Hummel
    Neuburg a/O
  43. Miss M. Harsewinkel
    Wittenburg i/W
  44. Mr. J. Leuthold-Hueni
    Friedrichshafen
  45. Mrs. Dr. Halbfas & Son
    Duisburg
  46. Mr. Dr. P. Illing
    Chemnitz
  47. Mr. Hans Ibach
    Barmen
  48. Mrs. Hans Ibach
    Barmen
  49. Mr. P. C. Iversen
    Malmö
  50. Mr. Max Jeremias Jr
    Strassburg
  51. Mr. Dr. R. Jungwirth
    Innsbruck
  52. Mr. Adolf Kölligs
    Frankfurt a/M
  53. Mr. Hermann Krauss
    Mannheim
  54. Mr. Paul Kuntzsch
    Berlin
  55. Mr. Handelsrichter Kerb
    Berlin
  56. Mr. Kais. Rat Richard Killian
    Iglan i/.Maehren
  57. Mrs. Richard Killian
    Iglan i/.Maehren
  58. Mr. Johann Koppel
    Berlin
  59. Mrs. Johann Koppel
    Berlin
  60. Mr. Gottfried Kehren
    Duesseldorf
  61. Miss M. Klein
    Hamburg
  62. Mr. Carl Lilienthal
    M. Gladbach
  63. Mr. Dr. Josef Laboschin
    Berlin
  64. Mrs. Josef Laboschin
    Berlin
  65. Mr. Georg Lange
    Petershagen
  66. Mr. Consul M. Mugden, Jr.
    Berlin
  67. Mrs. M. Mugden, Jr
    Berlin
  68. Mr. Rittergutsbesitzer Moewes
    Falkenau
  69. Mrs. Moewes
    Falkenau
  70. Miss Elise Manasse
    Breslau
  71. Mr. Otto Maetschke
    Sprottau i/Schl
  72. Mrs. Otto Maetschke
    Sprottau i/Schl
  73. Mr. Curt Muscate
    Dirschau W. Pr
  74. Mrs. Emma Mentzell
    Elbing
  75. Mr. Richard Muenzer
    Hamburg
  76. Mr. L. M. Michelsen
  77. Hamburg
  78. Mrs. L. M. Michelsen
    Hamburg
  79. Miss Olga Michelsen
    Hamburg
  80. Mr. Victor Neumann
    Hamburg
  81. Mr. Aug. Nohn
    Waldhirbersheim
  82. Mr. Heinrich Neurath
    Königstede
  83. Mr. Ernst Nathe
    Stede a. d. R
  84. Mr. Hans Nauck
    Leipzig
  85. Mrs. Hans Nauck
    Leipzig
  86. Miss Margarethe Otto
    Dresden
  87. Mr. Th. Printzlau
    Kopenhagen
  88. Mrs. Printzlau
    Kopenhagen
  89. Mr. Bruno Pick
    Berlin
  90. Mr. Emil Pfister
    Biel
  91. Mr. Oscar Rueping
    Eller b/.Duesseldorf
  92. Mr. Georg Rockenmeyer
    Wuerzburg
  93. Mr. Otto Schoen
    Zwickau i. S
  94. Mrs. Otto Schoen
    Zwickau i. S
  95. Mr. Graf Szembek
    Posen
  96. Mr. Stadrat Hermann Schmidt
    Nordhausen
  97. Mr. Richard Schaefer
    Berlin
  98. Mr. Direktor S. Stein
    Berlin
  99. Mr. W. Schuenemann
    Frankfurt a/M
  100. Mr. Dr. Alexander Stratmann
    Eller b/.Duesseliiorf
  101. Mr. Arthur Springorum
    Gelsenkirchen
  102. Mr. Oberingenieur Fr. Simon
    Dortmund
  103. Mrs. Fr. Simon
    Dortmund
  104. Mr. William Schroeder
    Basthorst b/Crivitz i. M
  105. Mrs. A. Scholz
    Hamburg
  106. Mrs. A. Seemann
    Hamburg
  107. Mr. Schriftsteller
  108. John L. Stoddard
    Meran
  109. Mrs. John L. Stoddard
    Meran
  110. Mrs. J. V. Sydow
    Hamburg
  111. Miss J. Sydow
    Hamburg
  112. Mr. Bernhard Trier
    Frankfurt a/M
  113. Mrs. Paula Trier
    Frankfurt a/M
  114. Mr. Adolf Unterer
    Wien
  115. Mr. Rechtsanwalt
  116. Dr. Oskar Uhlig
    Chemnitz
  117. Mr. Th. Luithold Uenholz
    Zuorich
  118. Mrs. E. Vely
    Berlin
  119. Mr. Elias Wolf
    Freiburg
  120. Mrs. Elias Wolf
    Freiburg
  121. Mrs. Agnes Wodiczka
    Homburg v. d. H
  122. Miss Ulrika Schmidt-Wodiczka and Maid
    Homburg v. d. H
  123. Mr. Redacteur Dr. Wolf
    Berlin
  124. Mr. Wilhelm Ritter Gruendorf von Zybegäny
    Graz
  125. Mr. F. Zülke
    Hamburg

Representative of the Travel Bureau of the Hamburg-American Line Onboard the "Meteor"

  1. Mr. Otto Busse
  2. Mr. Cyril O. A.ssmus

Notice to Passengers

Meals. Breakfast is served from 8 to 10 a. m., Lunch at 1 p. m. and dinner at 7 p. m.
A menu is printed for each meal. Seats at table are allotted by the Chief Steward. A bugle call will be sounded 15 minutes before each meal, and a second signal at the beginning of the meal,

Staterooms. Passengers are recommended to lock the doors of their staterooms' while the steamer is in port.

Baggage. As only small pieces of baggage can be taken into the cabins, all large pieces will be stored in the hold. Access to the hold may be had upon application to the Room Steward.
Hot or cold Batlis. A number of comfortable bathrooms are pro¬vided aboard. The Bathroom Steward or Stewardess will attend to the bath upon the Passenger’s request. No charge is made for baths. The water used is sea-water.

Smoking is allowed only on deck and in the Smoking Room; it is positively prohibited in the cabins and below deck.

The Bar closes at midnight.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloons at 11 p. m. and in the Smoking Room at midnihgt.

Surgeon and Apothecary. An experienced physician is attached to every steamer. For medical attendance in cases of sickness on board no charge is made; medicines also are provided free of charge.

But the ship’s physician is allowed to charge the usual fees to travellers who submit themselves to treatment for maladies not contracted during tho voyage.

The Barber is entitled to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company.
Library.

The books in the library, which may be obtained upon application to the Library Steward, are at the disposal of passengers, free of charge. A catalogue of the English, French and German books in the ship's library can be had from the Library Steward.

Letters and Telegrams. Only the purser is authorised to receive letters and telegrams for delivery in the next port of call. Several tele- graph-codes will be found in his office.

Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be supplied by the Saloon Steward.

Valuables or Money. The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept in the staterooms. The same should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company’s form. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsibilit}r for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Amusements, A number of pastime games, such as suffleboard, quoits, chess, dominoes, etc., are provided for on board.

Attendance. The Stewards have strict instructions to attend to the wants of passengers in a prompt and courteous manner. Passengers are requested to bring any inattention to the notice of the Chief Steward and if the complaint made is not promptly investigated, to report it to the Captain.

Pleasure Cruises

Pleasure Cruises were inaugurated by the Hamburg-American Line 15 years ago, and since then, they have rapidly approached perfection through the frequent introduction of fresh itineraries and the judicious use of all newly gained experience.

The Hamburg-American Line considerably extended this branch of its traffic, by commissioning two years ago, the twin-screw-steamer “ Meteor ”, which was built specially for pleasure cruises, and sup¬plies in a manner wholly unprecedented, the demands of this new mode of travelling.

Besides this steamer the Hamburg-American Line has decided to despatch two of its finest ships, the steamers “Blücher” and “Kron-prinzessin Cecilie"

The Company has lately appointed another steamer, recently added to the fleet, namely the *Oceana”, which at the beginning of the year 1906 was thorougly overhauled and reconstructed, and is to carry out this summer cruises to the north.

Furnished with such an excellent fleet, as is represented by the above named steamers, the Hamburg-American Line is able to draw up a pleasure- cruise programme for 1907, which in variety surpasses the most suc¬cessful undertakings of previous years.

All particulars concerning the itineraries and fares, are contained in the special pamphlets of the Hamburg-American Line, which may be obtained from the information clerk or purser on board the Company's passenger-steamers.

The Hamburg-American Line was founded in 1847. It owns a fleet of 158 large ocean-steamers, 205 steam-launches, tugs and lighters, aggregating together, with the ships in course of construction, 363 vessels, registering 926.493 tons. It services embrace the entire globe

The Twin-Screw S. S. “ Deutschland ” is 686 Va feet in length, 67 Va feet beam , 44 feet deep.
16.502 tons , 35.600 horse-power, 23 1/2 knots average speed.

Fastest ocean-passage westwards: 5 days, 11 hours, 54 minutes, and eastwards: 5 days 7 hours 38 minutes.

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Proposed Sailings Notice to Passengers (In German) Notice to Passengers Peasure Cruises (In German) Pleasure Cruises
Proposed Sailings Notice to Passengers (In German) Notice to Passengers Peasure Cruises (In German) Pleasure Cruises


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