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Cross-Atlantic Journey: Tortola to Amsterdam

Port of departure: Tortola, Islas Vírgenes Británic
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After a winter of basking in the Caribbean sunshine, we will be leaving Tortola (BVIs) to sail home to Amsterdam. We can perhaps visit Jamaica, Cuba and/or Bermuda as well.

This trip is for 45 days of exhilarating sailing, where you will become part of the crew, joining in with the watch system as you cross the Atlantic Ocean to Holland.

We will sail continuously, only stopping off for a break in the middle of the crossing, in the Azores. Situated in the Atlantic, these islands provide the perfect stopover. We restock the boat and rebalance our sea legs, before embarking on the last leg of our journey.

We have our very own onboard chef who will provide you with a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner whatever the weather and all included in your ticket price!

This passage is a great opportunity for those that want more time at sea, to improve their sailing skills on a Tallship and be part of a knowledgeable crew who love to share their wisdom and tales.

We have limited adult tickets available, all other berths will be taken by our gap year program for young people.
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Activity dedicated to
  • Nature
  • Voyage
  • Adventure
  • Vacation on the water
  • Tall Ships
Plan
A journey for the ones who dare to take a challenge! This expedition has everything: sun, islands, blue water, palm trees, different cultures, rain, no wind, a lot of wind, swimming suits, waterproof clothes, being far from home and exploring home from a different perspective.

Tortola (British Virgin Islands) is where we will start the expedition. From then on you will be exploring some beautiful Caribbean islands. We visit Jamaica, Cuba or maybe even Bermuda, before we start setting sail for the Azores.

When the wind is right, we make the last crossing from the Azores to the European coasts. When there is time we will also explore the seaside of France, England or Belgium. At the very end, we go through the locks of IJmuiden to end the expedition in Amsterdam.

EMBARK: March 18th TORTOLA 15.00 – DISEMBARK March 27th BERMUDA 10.00

After a winter of basking in the Caribbean sunshine, We will be leaving Tortola BVI to sail her way home to Hamburg. This expedition sailing is the first leg and will see you become part of the crew as you sail from Tortola to Bermuda. Learn the ropes of traditional sailing and become part of the watch system as you sail around the clock to reach your first destination.

Our tall ship has her very own onboard chef who will provide you with a delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner whatever the weather and all included in your ticket price!

This passage is a great opportunity for those that want more time at sea, to improve their sailing skills on a Tallship and be part of a knowledgeable crew who love to share their wisdom and tales.

This is the first leg of three (First Leg: €999)

EMBARK: March 23rd BERMUDA 15.00 – DISEMBARK April 13th AZORES 10.00
This expedition sailing is the second leg of her voyage, from Bermuda to the Azores. Learn the ropes of traditional sailing and become part of the watch system as you sail around the clock on this 17 day trip to reach your destination.

This is the second leg of three (This leg: €1776)

EMBARK: April 14th Azores 15.00 – DISEMBARK April 30th HAMBURG 10.00

This expedition sailing is the third and last leg of her voyage, from the Azores to Hamburg. Learn the ropes of traditional sailing and become part of the watch system as you sail around the clock on this 17-day trip to reach your destination.

This is the last leg of three (This leg: €1887)

No sailing experience required!
Official language on board: English
Price includes: accommodation and meals, excludes drinks at the bar
Price excludes transportation costs to-and from the ports. Our travel counselor can advise you and book your transfers
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Included in the price
  • Final cleaning
  • Costs of mooring and anchoring
  • Meals on board
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Gas
  • Tender
Not included in the price
  • Airport transfer
  • Travel to the boat
  • Food off the boat
  • Flights
Additional information
Food, coffee and tea is included. The other drinks are exclusive, and paid onboard in cash at very reasonable prices.

To book leg 1 from Tortola-Bermuda, select dates March 18th-March 27th for the cost of €999

To book leg 2 from Bermuda-Azores, select dates March 23rd-April 13th for the cost of €1776

To book the last leg from the Azores-Hamburg select dates April 14th-April 30th for the cost of €1887

To book the full trip from Tortola-Amsterdam, select dates March 18th-May1st for the cost of €4725
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Itinerary
Tortola, Islas Vírgenes Británic
Área del Océano Atlántico correspondiente al Hemisferio Norte del planeta.
The boat
Originally built with a wooden hull in 1902, her original purpose was to transport fish between fishing boats and back to the harbour. To ensure the fish remained fresh, the ship was built and rigged for speed.

During her working life, she was refitted with a steel hull and after several other owners, she was transformed in 1998 into a luxury passenger vessel. Renovated again in 2012, she was updated with all new safety features/equipment and all the modern comforts you could possibly want from a charter vessel.

With her graceful design and sailing lines, the ship is still very fast, and reliable, and is truly comfortable under full sail. Her build and modern rigging system, allows her to perform excellently both on the Ijsselmeer, Baltic Sea and out on the Atlantic ocean, with most of her time spent in the North & Baltic Sea when she isn’t making the voyage down to the Canary Islands or around the Caribbean.

Whether at the helm, on deck or in the cosy wheelhouse, the vessel is much loved by all her guests
- accommodation of 2 and 3 berth cabins makes her a perfect ship for families too.
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Details
  • Model:Custom - Schooner
  • Capacity:22 spots
  • Length:36.00 m
  • Cabins:8
  • Year:1902
  • Bathrooms:2
Meet Robert, the skipper
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  • Sailing in the Caribbean: Martinique to Antigua
    Laura
    February 2020
    Excellent experience !! A great team, nothing can be better! The tour, the food, the boat. Super recommended!
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