Tallship Flying Dutchman

We are pleased to announce that in 2011 we could add to our fleet Captain Klass‘ Flying Dutchman, an ocean-going, two-masted top-schooner. Thanks to her extensive safety and navigation technique, the Flying Dutchman has the world-wide permit to carry out sailing tours. With a sail surface of 480 m2, it usually possible to cover the stretches between islands under sail, and Captain Klaas appreciates any assistance offered by his guests.

The Flying Dutchman, once a herring logger, was launched in 1903. The conversion took place in 2004: the ship was equipped with 10 small but functionally furnished cabins (ca. 5-6 m²) , each with a shower and WC. Portholes are fixed.

The front saloon in the deckhouse serves as a cosy dining room and lounge with upholstered benches for seating all guests. At the stern, you can sit beside Captain Klaas at the wheel and perhaps even steer the 39-m-long vessel for a while.

Facts & Figures
Length 39m
Width 6,50m
Draught 2,50m
Beds 20
Cabin size 5-6m²
Crew 4