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The Loth Loriën is a modern three-masted barkentine, 48 metres in length. Sails in the wind, a sun deck and a Jacuzzi in the open air – best prospects for an amusing and relaxing cruise.

Up to 90 passengers can sail on board the Loth Loriën into an unforgettable day. For weekends and longer cruises, our ship has room for 36 passengers in luxurious cabins. The fully equipped galley can produce delicious meals as if by magic while you have a drink and a chat at the bar. In the saloon, there is room for 50 guests.

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The Loth Loriën looks back on an eventful history. Built in the Norwegian town of Bergen in 1907, she sailed originally as a herring lugger. In 1989, Jaap van der Rest acquired the reliable working boat from the rugged North of Europe. Until 1992, he converted her into a two-masted lugger with modern rigging and provided her with a luxurious interior. In the winter 2001/2002, the ship was again modernised and refitted: in the season 2002 she’ll put to sea as a three-masted fore-and-aft schooner.

In 2009 the ship is about to be converted into an impressive barkentine. With her renewed paint and new rigging she will be a highlight travelling over the sea.

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