Frisian Sailing Company

Info

In 1999 the Zeven Wouden of owner and captain Janine de Jong was exactly a century old. In her first sixty years this two-masted clipper sailed the Zeeland waters primarily with coal from Germany and loose cement. That is why this ship has the Roosendaal dimensions, because the Zeven Wouden had to pass through the locks in Roosendaal. Until about fifteen years ago the ship had no sails, but she has now been restored to her original state. The Zeven Wouden is an elegant ship with many auxiliary sails, with much care spent on her interior and exterior. Moreover, the guests are in good hands with Janine because as a hostess she is very involved with her passengers.

Facilities

  • Library on board + boardgames
  • Radio
  • Centralheating
  • Swimming ladder
  • AED (Defribillator) (New)

Galley facilities

  • Gasstove with 5 burners and oven
  • Refridgerator + freezer

Mapping

  • 2 x double cabins
  • 5 x 4 berth cabins
  • 2 x toilets
  • 1 x shower
Zeven Wouden Plan

Technical Details

  • 11 sails - 240 m2 sail area
  • Length: 26,6 m
  • Beam: 5,0 m
  • Draft: 1,3 m
  • Engine: Kromhout 68 HP
  • Handling of the sails by hand
  • Able to fall dry
Facilities
ZevenWouden Plattegrond
  • 2 x double cabin
  • 5 x 4 berth cabin
  • Well-equipped kitchen area
  • Comfortable salon
Sailing Cruises
Charter

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