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Tsar Nikola II                                                                                                                       River Danube : Kladovo, Serbia

Above : Photo taken in 2008 kindly contributed by Kacsor Jozsef

Built in 1898 by C Ruthof at Regensburg, Germany
Engines : Compound Diagonal. 650 HP
Length : 57 metres

Bult for use by Serbian operator SBD as Tsar Nikola II
Renamed Kralj Petar I when enlisted for work in the Danube Flotilla of the Serbian forces in World War I
Taken over by the Austrain DDSG in 1941 and renamed Urfahr
Sunk in 1944, but raised and returned to Yugoslav ownership under the name Split
After withdrawal she was moored on the River Sava in Belgrade as a restaurant ship.
Now in Kladovo shipyard with her original name restored.

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