Built in 1918, The Astrid was first a motor
ship working as a herring drifter in the Baltic Sea. In 1970 she
came into British hands and was refurbished with her impressive
rigging and sailed as a training ship.
In 1999/2000 she was extensively rebuilt and now features 12
comfortable cabins, a pleasant saloon and bar. The Astrid also has
a second deckhouse, the navigation room, that can be used as a
separate meeting room for groups.
From her home in the Netherlands the Astrid travels thousands
of miles each year offering corporate sailing days, holidays on
board and sail training.
Type of Ship: Brig
Year Built: 1918
Length Overall: 41.6 metres
Beam: 6.5 metres
Draught: 2.65 metres
Mast Height: TBC
Sail Area: 450 sq. m
Tonnage (GRT): TBC
Day Guests: 70
Cabins: 12 twin berths
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