Oban


Brief Information

Type of ship

Schooner

 

Sailing area

Baltic Sea

 

Port of departure

Kiel (GER)

Rostock (GER)

 

Data

Length: 39,00 m

Width: 6,60 m

Draught: 2,80 m

Sail Area: 410 m²

Engine : 240 hp

 

Capacity

Overnight´s stay: 24 persons

Day passengers: 50 persons



Internal structure & extras

Cabins

8 x 2 person cabins

2 x 4 person cabins

 

Sanitary facilities

Showers: 3

Toilets: 3

 

Kitchen equipment

Gas stove (4 flames)

Oven

Fridge

Freezer

Coffee machine

Barbecue

 

Recreational facilities

Beer pump

TV / video

CD / MP3 player

Extras

Bed linen included

Wheelhouse

Many seats on deck

2 lounges

Outside shower

Washing machine, dryer

Awning on deck

Dinghy with 40hps



Description of the Ship

The schooner was built in Emden (East Frisian) in year 1903 and used for herring fishing in Holland. Since 1985, he has been sailing as a charter ship in the North Sea (from the English south coast via the Channel Islands, from Dutch waters to the German Bight) and in the Baltic Sea. In 1999, Jolan Kanters and Olaf Broekstra, took over the ownership of the “Oban”

 

The deck is divided into a cozy ship's salon, to which the fully equipped kitchen connects and a toilet is placed next to it. In the spacious lower deck is a lounge, eight cabins with sink, 2 showers and 2 toilets. The ship has more to offer with a table on deck and an outdoor shower.

 

On the back "Philosophendeck" (“Philosophers deck”) there are seats for 20 people. On the front deck, the table can be set for a barbecue or a delicious breakfast. No beer needs to be brought while staying on the “Oban” because the ship has its own beer tap. You do not need to bring your own bed linen as it is included.

Jolan and Olaf are looking forward to welcome you on board.


Prices & Availability

Price                                                   
Week:  € 7.920,00
Midweek:  € 5.150,00
Weekend:  € 4.250,00
Day/evening trip:  € 3.795,00
Final cleaning € 130,00

Low season discount

Prices low season 1 (-10%)

30.03. - 03.05. & 21.09. - 30.10.2020