Technical information

Technical information

The threemasted topsailschooner OOSTERSCHELDE is the last remaining representative of the large fleet of schooners that sailed under the Dutch flag at the beginning of the 20th century. As the largest restored Dutch sailing ship the OOSTERSCHELDE is a monument for Dutch shipbuilding and maritime navigation under sail.

Type: Three-masted topsail schooner

Year of Launch: 1918

Restoration: 1988 – 1992

Port of Registry: Rotterdam

Length overall: 50 m

Length stem to stern: 40,12 m

Width: 7,5 m

Draught: 3,00 m

Airdraught: 36 m

Sail area: 891 square m

Engine: 6-cylinder John Deere, 450 hp

Two person cabins: 6

Four person cabins: 3

Toilets: 5

Showers: 5

Capacity voyages: 24 guests

Capacity daytrips: 120 guests

Call sign: PGNP

IMO-number: 5347221

MMSI-number: 246011000

Iridium: +881677721849

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