Last original Dutch three-mast
The ‘Oosterschelde’ is the last remaining original Dutch three-master. With its imposing rigging, its length of 50 meters and its stylish interior, the ‘Oosterschelde’ is an impressive sight. The ship has its home port Rotterdam and sails wherever there is sufficient water.
The ship was built in 1917 for international trade and completely restored in 1992. The ‘Oosterschelde’ is recognized as a monument with great cultural and historical value. The ‘Oosterschelde’ provides for its own maintenance and is used all over the world for presentation and promotional activities of companies and institutions.
In addition, the ship makes trips along interesting coastlines, on which individual bookings can be made. In this way, besides many European countries, Spitsbergen and Antarctica were also visited. In April 2014, the ‘Oosterschelde’ completed a second trip around the world. A classic journey via Cape of Good Hope to Australia and New Zealand. After the round of Cape Horn, the ship visited Antarctica before sailing north again.
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