Dutch Wadden Sea
Ports of departure
Length: 29.50 m
Width: 6,12 m
Draft: 1.14 m
Sail area: 350 sqm
Engine: 165 pk
Overnight: 24 persons
Day trips: 32 people
Cabins with sink and porthole
8 x 2 person cabins
2 x 4 person cabins
Gas stove (6 flames)
Refrigerator (388 l)
Freezer (82 l)
Filter coffee machine
Music system with CD & USB and with AUX cable for mobile phones
Day room with 220 volt connection
Cabins with 220 volt connection
Child life jackets available
Towels (available on request)
Bed linen (available on request)
The "EENDRACHT" is a sailing clipper, the home port is Harlingen in the Netherlands. In 1899 the ship was equipped as a cargo ship with a mast.
The ship De Eendracht is a clipper built in 1899 and used until 1930 as a sailing cargo ship. After being built by an auxiliary engine, it is still used as a cargo ship until 1960. The following 20 years EENDRACHT were used as a houseboat.
After an extensive renovation, the EENDRACHT 1986 is used as a sailing passenger ship in the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer. In 2007, the ship was renovated again and it meets the latest requirements of the marine inspection. The ship is considered by many guests praised for the spaceship and luxurious look.
In winter 2012 the EENDRACHT is bought by Andi Witzke and Anne Dühring, who is now the fourth owner.
|Day/evening trip:||€ 2.310,00|
|Day/evening trip:||€ 2.450,00|
|Albert Johannes||Hendrika Bartelds||Minerva||Stortemelk|
|Ethel von Brixham||Larus||Poolster||Zuiderzee|