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  • Type: Three-masted schooner
  • Year of construction: 1989
  • Latst re-fit: –
  • Flag: The Netherlands
  • Home port: Rotterdam
  • Length: 59,08 meters
  • Width: 12,30 meters
  • Depth: 5 meters
  • Height: 41,70 meters
  • Sail area: 1033 m²
  • Speed under sail: up to 14,5 knots
  • Crew: 6 people
  • Passengers: up to 150 people
  • Visit to SAIL Amsterdam: 1990, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015

Dutch’ biggest Three-masted schooner

You sail together on the Eendracht. Everyone – but especially young people – let sea sailing experience that is central to the Netherlands’ largest three-masted schooner. In addition to the programs for young people and special projects, Stichting Zeilschip Eendracht offers various trips for a wider audience.

Individual trainers can join, they have a wide choice of day trips and multi-day trips. Companies and groups can rent the ship for a cruise, reception or event. The Eendracht can therefore continue to focus on the objective. The hospitality of the professional and largely voluntary crew and tasty care from the galley are the ingredients for an unforgettable journey!

De Eendracht has a rich history dating back to October 5, 1938. In the thirties, motorized shipping nearly pushed professional sailing. A change that many people were worried about, because the knowledge of sea sailing was lost and with it the valuable cooperation that leads to team spirit and perseverance.

The founding fathers of the Eendracht have retained training opportunities on a large sailing ship with the establishment of the National Association ‘Het Zeilend Schoolschip’. The initiator and first chairman was Mr. C.J. Jaski. Scion from a famous sailor family and from Schiermonnikoog. In 2010 his name is still connected to the Eendracht. His immediate family member Mr. B. Jaski is the current chairman of the Sailing ship Eendracht. foundation.

Due to the Second World War and its economic consequences, the construction of a private sailing ship was delayed. Thanks in particular to the many volunteers and the support of patron Z.K.H. Prins Bernhard, the first Eendracht was launched in 1974. The current ship, the three-masted schooner, was baptized on 29 August 1989 by Her Majesty Queen Beatrix. The discovery of the elements of the sea is still central.

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