Flying Dutchman

Standard Plus Class Boat

Scotland

The Flying Dutchman, once a herring logger, was launched in 1903. The conversion to a sailing schooner took place in 2004 and the ship was equipped with 10 small but functionally furnished cabins, each with a private bath and all in one shower. The front saloon in the deckhouse serves as a cozy 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.

Year of construction: 1903/2004

Size of boat: 39 x 6.5 m

Number of cabins: 10 guest cabins

Bathroom features: tiled, all-in-one shower, wash basin, toilet

Cabin features: Air-conditioning, mirror

Service: fresh towels at mid-week

Special features: 2 masts with sails, quiet generator

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TourBike+Boat
TypeGuided
SkillModerate–Difficult
Length8 days

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