Type of vessel Coast sailor
- Capacity 65 persons (day trip)
- 24 sleeping places
- Length 37.00 M
- Beam 7.00 M
- The sail area 560,00 m2
- Accommodations 4 x 3 bedroom, 4 x double room, 1 x 4 bedroom, all cabins equipped with running water, all cabins are equipped with CV, all cabins equipped with private toilet and shower
- 9 x 9 x shower, toilet accessories, day room, bar, beer tap, CD, stereo, central heating, kitchen, coffee machine, oven, refrigerator, freezer
Without a doubt, the
Koh-ï-Noor has a rich history. She was launched in Hamburg in 1904. As a
sailing ship until 1948, she transported freight between Scandinavia, England
and the Baltic states under the name Petrus. After several major structural
alterations, and a second career as a motorized freight ship, she received a
new home port in Harlingen in the mid-1990's.
Furnished with a very comfortable and pleasing interior, the Koh-ï-Noor makes numerous voyages each year over the Waddenzee, the IJsselmeer and the Zeeuw waterways. This striking sailing ship boasts 4 double berth cabins and 4 triple berth cabins. Each cabin features warm and cold running water, electrical service, shower, toilet, wardrobe and storage. Two very luxurious salons offer sufficient room for common activities.