1932(Carlo Marquardt CM-330)
- Type: Aircraft service vessel
- Displacement: 5,122 tons
- Dimensions: 428 x 53 x 26 ft.
- Machinery: Steam reciprocating, single screw = 11.5 knots
- Crew: 50
- Builder: Jon C. Tecklenborg AG, Geestemünde, Germany, 1905
- Service: Constructed for Norddeutscher-Lloyd. Interned at Valparaiso during WWI. Returned to NDL 1920. Sold to Lufthansa in 1932 (but remained under NDL management) and converted to aircraft service vessel with catapult and gantry crane for handling seaplanes. Stationed in South Atlantic, served as a floating aerodrome for Lufthansa aircraft enroute between Germany and South America. Taken over by Luftwaffe 1939. Struck mine in the Skagerrack 8 Sep 1944 and sank off Stora Island, near Gothenburg with the loss of about 200, including 45 Norwegian POWs.