The nineteen-fifties is a period in which Wagenborg raises its profile as a shipping company and activities are recommenced with the ships "Eemshorn", "Hollandia" and "Friesland". The vessel "Egbert Wagenborg" occupies a special position among the ships that arrive in the early fifties. This is of course, the name of the founder, the bridge is located amidships. During the summer she transports timber and salt in the North Sea and the Baltic, and during the winter often carries boxes of washing powder from Whitehaven to Genoa.

The 'Egbert Wagenborg'
The 'Egbert Wagenborg'
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