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Tall Ships

Loth Lorien

History

Loth Lorien was built in Norway in 1907 as a herring lugger. She was bought by her current owners in 1989 and modernised, giving her a new rigging and comfortable interiors. The latest renovation happened in 2002.

Ship

The Loth Loriën is a modern three-masted barquentine of 48 meters in length. The wind in the sails, the sundeck and a jacuzzi on deck – these are the best prospects for an eventful and relaxing sailing trip

Accommodation

You will sleep in double cabins, with bed linens provided (please bring your own towels). Full board includes 3 meals per day, as well as filter coffee, tea and water. After your watch you can relax and socialize in a comfortable saloon.

Specifications

Shipping type: Barquentine
Homeport: Amsterdam
Date built: 1907
Restored: 1989 & 2002
Capacity: 42
Length: 48 m
Beam: 7,6 m
Draught: 3 m
Sail: 654 m2
Height of mast: 31 m
Engine capacity: 480 PS