Gaia

Gaia Deck
Gaia daycare
Gaia corridor
Gaia kitchen 3
Gaia kitchen 2
Gaia sleep cabin
Gaia 2 sleeping cabin
Gaia floor plan


Tough two-mast clipper

The Gaia is a Tweemast clipper from the year 1910, built on the Van Zuilekom shipyard in Raamsdonkveer and was previously used in the sailing cargo transport for the transport of bulk goods such as gravel, beet and grain. After the necessary renovations, this beautiful ship nowadays makes sailing trips over the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer from Lemmer.

Spacious and cozy

The ship is very spacious and is suitable for 40 people during day trips. And there are 12 comfortable cabins in which a maximum of 32 people can spend the night. The cozy day room with bar offers an ideal accommodation for groups. The ship is also extremely suitable for school groups. The large cockpit, the excellent stability and the high railing make the ship a great place to stay even in the high seas.

Capacity

Max. passengers (multi-day) 32
Max. passengers (day trip) 40
2-person cabins 6
3-person cabins 4
4-person cabins 2

Sanitation

Toilets 3
Showers 3

Stars

Departure port

lighthouse road - Lemmer

Sailing areas

General facilities

  • bunk beds
  • bar
  • dishwasher
  • central heating
  • coffee
  • oven
  • catering possible
  • children's life jackets
  • final cleaning 150 euros
  • end cleaning exclusive

Sanitation

  • sink in cabin
  • communal showers
  • communal toilets

recreational facilities

  • games
  • television
  • library board
  • beer tap
  • barbecue
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • bathing ladder

Gaia

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Weekend
25-09-2020 t/m 31-12-2020 € 3120.00
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