The oldest ship in Prague anchors near Charles Bridge

The oldest ship in Prague can be seen these days on the Vltava river. It’s anchored near Charles Bridge and it bears the name Nepomuk. It is a contribution to the July’s celebrations of 650th anniversary of Charles Bridge.

This ship was built in 1933 and before the WWII it ferried passengers between Lyon and Avignon, then it sailed on Rhine river. Nepomuk ship can transport up to 250 people and its diesel engine is lit by a safety-fuse.

The ship will soon sail on the river and it will carry passengers on sightseeing tours along the Vltava banks. Soon it will also travel to Slapy Dam or to Melnik where the Vltava joints the river Labe.

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