the conserved Bremen cog of 1380,
the cog ship model that is placed at the stern of the original ship,
the figurehead of the corvette ELISABETH of the Imperial German Navy of 1869,
and models of
the first passenger ship with the name BREMEN of 1858,
the coastal defense ship BEOWULF of 1892,
the large cruiser FUERST BISMARCK of 1900,
the battleship SCHARNHORST of 1939 and
the fifth passenger ship with the name BREMEN of 1939.
The models clearly show the rapid development in naval technology. There are many more models on display in the museum. I especially liked the models of steamers, as I had rarely found pleasant models of steamers (other than of sailing ships).