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Morgenster
Back in track.
In 2008 the 49 metres long brig Morgenster will participate in its first Tall Ships` Race. The ship dates from the year 1919, but is currently being restored in authentic manner with square - rigged masts. Beautiful rigging which also allows studding sails, contribute to a truly historical effect. For the enthusiast; you can climb the 30 metres high masts and be part of the first race in a spectacular manner. As of June 2008 the Morgenster will set sail again. Completely fine-tuned this ship will perfectly accommodate the various youth trips that At Sea has got in store for you.

Accommodation

You have all the space you need at the Morgenster. On the lower deck you can take a breather at the bar or in the spacious seating area. This vessel can hold up to 36 trainees, divided in four-person and three-person cabins. There are also eight comfortable hammocks to really experience being on a ship to the fullest.

Specifications

Shipping type: Brig
Homeport: Den Helder, NL
Date built: 1919
Restored: 2008
Crew: 6-10
Capacity: 36 pers.
Daytrips: 90 pers.
Length: 48 m
Beam: 6.64 m
Draught: 2.40 m
Sail: 600 m2
Displacement: 225 ton
Height of mast: 29 m
Engine capacity: 430 HP

History


Carrying the name `Vrouwe Maria`, this brig was put into use in 1919 for the catching of fish in the North Sea. A motor was fitted in 1928 and in 1947 it got extended and re-measured. In 1959 the name changed into Morgenster. Later on the ship served in sport fishing and as a radio ship for Radio Del Mare. In 1993 Harry Muter bought the vessel to rebuild it into a Sail Training Ship. In 2008 the ship can be found sailing the waters of Europe once again.
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