built during WWII on northeast Germany as an auxiliary watercraft for outpost and safeguard for the
German navy, a so-called Kriegsfischkutter, camouflaged for fishing, frames were made of steel but
with wooden planks.
after the war taken to the Netherlands, 1957 reconstruction of the hull and replacement of the wooden
planks by steel plates, converted to a fishing boat, service in the North Sea registerred amongst others
in Ijmuiden, one of her names was "Grietje Maria".
later used for fishing as sport for some years.
1998 sold and converted to a charter ship for sailing with guests, what initially failed.
2010 bought by André Hanzens, conversion and rigged as a topsail schooner, commissioned as a
charter boat in 2014, christening on the occasion of The Tall Ships Race Harlingen 2014 to
the name "Avatar".
sailing trips at the Baltic Sea and North Sea, participation in The Tall Ships Race 2014 and
Hanse Sail Rostock 2014.