Jantje

The Jantje is a small but robust seagoing vessel, a so-called Small-Tall Ship. From 1930, the Jantje took large cod catches back home. After 1969, the ship was converted into the current schooner brig. High speeds and good sailing characteristics made this type of ship a pirate’s favourite. There are plenty of seating areas around the deckhouse, from which you can see and enjoy SAIL.

General

Number of toilets
2
Category ship
Traditional Sailing Ship
Year of conctruction hull
1930
Number of persons
24
Length over all (m)
28.00
Width (m)
5.90

Media and technology

Sound system
Yes

Rigging

Number of masts
2
Number of sails
9