Kaeo Samud


Petchaburi was laid down by Georg Seebeck AG in in Bremen in Germany for the company Norddeutscher Lloyd, and was launched in September 1901. After the outbreak of First World Was she was interned in Bangkok, and in 1917 she was confiscated by the Thai government and renamed Kaeo Samud. Under a journey from Bangkok to Swatoy loaded with rice 27.December 1920, she hit ground and sank outside Koh Kram. The battered remains of her rest today on a depth of approximately 15 to 25 meter outside Sattahip.

Former names:
Kaeo Samud
88,5 x 11,9 x 7,3 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
2191 grt
Bremen ( D ) 1901 Bremen ( D )

Picture: Kaeo Samud
Originally from skovheim.org