Robust and original

Artemis

The three-masted Artemis is an astonishing example of nautical tradition. The ship was built in Norway in 1926 for whale fishing. Later on it was used as a cargo ship between Asia and South America.

The Artemis is sailing since 2001 on the North European waters to honour the glory of the Dutch sailing fleet! The Frisian Tall Ship Company bought the Artemis at the end of the last century and built it with a lot of love and a sense of detail back into a stunningly sailing ship. Now she crosses the seas to historic port cities or to one of the many nautical events.

Robust and original, that is the appearance of the Artemis. At the same time, the ship offers high comfort and luxury. It is precisely this combination that makes the ship unique and loved by international events and sea voyages. The barque has an attractive maritime salon with bar and a small hotel kitchen.

The Artemis can accommodate up to 120 people. Her guests can look forward to experienced and enthusiastic service staff and excellent catering. And of course, on a great nautical experience aboard on this unique three-master with a driven sailing crew, the most modern navigation equipment and fully prescribed safety equipment for the big voyage.

Welcome to the rich history of the Dutch sailing heritage. Welcome to the Artemis!

Construction year

1926

Last re-fit

2001

Harbour

Length

59

Width

7.01

Height

31

Sail area

1050

Speed under SAIL

12

Present at SAIL

2000, 2005, 2010

Crew

6

Passengers

32 – 120

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