The luxury two-masted schooner the "Flying Dutchman” was completely renovated in the winter of 2003/2004. The basic principles for the renovation work on the ship were luxury, comfort and character. The ship has been fully modified and fitted out for the American market and has a large deck area on which you can sit and soak up the sun. There is a cosy bar in the deckhouse, and plenty of room for eating together on deck.
The 2-person cabins are all equipped with air-conditioning and all have their own s hower and toilet. This luxury accommodation is ideal for both individual sailing holidays and incentive trips with a sunny character..
This former herring drifter first set sail in 1903 under the name “KW 33”. After many voyages, it was restored as an employment creation project. Its new owner carried out renovation work during the winter of 2003/2004, turning it into the “Flying Dutchman”, a luxury schooner.
The Flying Dutchman is all about enjoying sailing comfortably. No matter if you're sailing in Scottland for a cruise, or if you've invited your business contacts for a day trip and dinner during one of the many sailing events - you will be able to fully enjoy the trip in style and comfort.
- Bar + beertap
- Library + games
- Refrigerator & freezer
- Bathing ladder
- Child-size lifejackets
- 10 x double cabin (with en-suite bathroom)
- 1 x 4 person cabin (with en-suite bathroom)
- 11 x shower
- 11 x toilet
- 9 Sails - 515m2 schooner sails
- Length: 39.00m
- Beam: 6.50m
- Draft: 2.70m
- Engine: Caterpillar D343
- Sails operated manually as well as electrical