|Date of launch||1937|
|Place of launch||Hamburg|
|Type||3-masted steel barque|
|Length||88.5 m (290.4 ft)|
|Beam||11.7 m (38.4 ft)|
|Draft||5.1 m (16.7 ft)|
Later names: Guanabara (1948), Sagres (1962)
Built of steel by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, to be used as a schoolship for the German Navy. She was rigged as a three-masted barque carrying royals over single topgallant sails and double topsails. She was the third of four sister ships, the other ones being Gorch Fock, Horst Wesseland Mircea. A fifth sister was built in 1958, a new Gorch Fock.
Captured by American forces.
Became a schoolship for the Brazilian Navy and renamed Guanabara.
Bought by the Portuguese Navy to replace their old schoolship Sagres. The Guanabara was renamed Sagres.
The Sagres still serves this purpose, and is easily recognizable by the red crosses she carries in her square sails.