Passat, Adler & Pamir
All three conference rooms can be combined to form a 145m²
conference room. With its own terrace and lobby, you can
meet here in peace. Whether seminars, incentives or family
celebrations, there is something for everyone here.
The story of the names ...
The four-masted barque “Passat” was the inspiration
for our conference room. The sailing ship was launched
in 1911 and you can visit it today as a museum ship in
Travemünde. Like her sister ship "Pamir", she was one
of the admired, fast Flying P-Liners of the Hamburg
shipping company F. Laeisz.
The "Pamir" sank on September 21, 1957 in a hurricane
west of the Azores. Seafarers commemorate this disaster
to this day in the Jakobikirche in Lübeck. There you can
also see a salvaged lifeboat belonging to the last tall ship that circumnavigated Cape Horn.
The "Adler von Lübeck", put into service in 1567, was then
considered the pride of the Hanseatic League. The heavily
armed galleon was never used as a warship. You can find a
painting of the "eagles" in the Shipping company in the old town.
- Coffee break area
- Pinboard, canvas
- Moderator's case (+ € 30.00 / day to be booked)