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Welcome to the sailing two-mast klipperaak Chateauroux, a flat-bottomed boat that was built in 1908. The ship served 80 for years as a freighter on the Dutch, Belgian and French inland waterways. Potatoes, corn, trees or animal feed were brought to their destination. In 1986, the now motorized Chateauroux, was brought under sail again. Reborn now offers the cargo hold a comfortable passenger accommodation. The Chateauroux makes sailing trips over the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer.

The 'Chateauroux' offers space for 35 people for a day trip, for multi-day sailing trips there are 10 cabins with sleeping places for a total of 26 people. The home port is Monnickendam, a very old Dutch town on the south side of the Gouwzee and a stone's throw from Amsterdam.

We hope to welcome you aboard the Chateauroux.


Max. passengers (multi-day) 26
Max. passengers (day trip) 35
2-person cabins 7
4-person cabins 3


Toilets 3
Showers 2


Departure port

The Prooyen 1

Sailing areas

General facilities

  • bunk beds
  • final cleaning 150 euros
  • duvets (with cover) included


  • communal showers
  • communal toilets
  • sink in cabin

recreational facilities

  • games
  • CD player
  • library board


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