Pedro Doncker ligt in de zee te dopperen

Tall Ships

Pedro Doncker

Tough and Robust

Pedro Doncker

The impressive barkentijn “Pedro Doncker” is a well-known appearance at various nautical events, a fast sailor with plenty of deck space. In 1992, the sturdy ocean-going ship was thoroughly rebuilt into a stately three-mast rigging.

The Pedro Doncker is a robust seagoing vessel, built to withstand the rough seas of the North Atlantic. In 1992, the tough sailor with a nod to the past and a look at the future was transformed into an imposing three-masted barkentijn, after which the ship was used as a charter ship in the Caribbean Sea.

In 1998, Reederij bought Vlaun Holding B.V. de Pedro Doncker and sailed it with a crew of only four men across the Atlantic to Europe. On this trip the Pedro Doncker once again proved her seaworthiness by braving two hurricanes. Since then, this “Tall Ship” sails the European waters where it is a popular sight at various nautical events.

The two lounges, one with a cozy bar, the spacious deck, partly covered, makes the ship ideal for day trips and company meetings.

Construction year

1992

Last re-fit

1992

Harbour

Length

47

Width

7.50

Height

34

Sail area

1007

Speed under SAIL

10

Present at SAIL

2005, 2010

Crew

12

Passengers

100

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