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Thalassa
Race in style.
The Baltic is the Thalassa`s home ground, but this ship is more than capable to sail every imaginable sea. This 3-masted vessel is super strong and seaworthy and can sail up to 13 knots. Besides that, this barkentine is also a real eye-catcher with a total of 14 sails, adding up to a grand total of 800 square meters.

Accommodation


This vessel is rigged according to century-old traditions, but equipped according to the latest safety-regulations and comfort. This results in a nice comfortable ship with a cosy saloon, a reading corner, a well equipped galley and a spacious bar where you can have a drink. You sleep in luxurious two-person cabins (18), each fitted with a private shower and wash basin. The lavatories (9) are communal. In total, 36 trainees can board the Thalassa.

Specifications

Shipping type: Driemast Barkentijn
Homeport: Harlingen
Date built: 1980
Restored: 1995
Crew: 4
Capacity: 36 pers.
Daytrips: 120 pers.
Length: 47 m
Draught: 3,9 m
Sail: 800 m2
Displacement: 430 t
Height of mast: 35 m
Engine capacity: 720 PK

History


The barkentine Thalassa was built and rigged in traditional manner in 1961. The foremast is square-rigged and the large mast and mizzenmast are gaff rigged . The Baltic is the Thallasa%u2019s home ground, but the ship can sail worldwide, because of the seaworthy construction.

The JST`s Patron, HRH The Duke of York, laid the keel in June 1996. The hull was built upside down and in November 1998, the 280-ton hull was rotated upright prior to fit-out.

Tenacious was launched in February 2000, and was named on 6th April by the Honourable Jacquetta Cator, the wife of the late Francis Cator, then President of the JST, in the presence of the Patron. She set sail on her maiden voyage to Jersey from Southampton on 1st September 2000. Since her maiden voyage, Tenacious has taken nearly 7,000 people to sea, delivering freedom, fun and adventure for everyone!
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