Maximum passengers: 33
The S/V ‘Rembrandt Van Rijn’ was originally built as a herring lugger in the early 1900s. She was rebuilt as a three-mast passenger sailing schooner in 1994, subsequently being used to sail around Spitsbergen and the Galapagos, until again being rebuilt. When she once more set sail in 2011, the vessel was equipped with the latest communication and navigation technology, as well as 16 cabins – holding a maximum of 33 passengers, a spacious restaurant area and separate bar.
Triple: one upper single berth and two lower single berths (bunk beds) with porthole and private bathroom.
Twin Inside: one upper single berth and one lower single berth (bunk beds) with private bathroom, but no window/porthole.
Twin Outside: one upper single berth and one lower single berth (bunk beds) with porthole and private bathroom.
Why choose the Rembrandt Van Rijn?
This historic schooner offers one of the more adventurous ways to see the stunning sights of the Arctic. Passengers are encouraged (though not obliged) to get involved in some of the hands on tasks being tackled by the crew, but the private bathrooms allocated to each cabin mean there is an added level of comfort not often experienced on similar vessels.
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