At 47m long, 8m wide and a mast height of 35m, the three-mast tall ship Thalassa is an eye catcher in every harbor, only outdone by itself when the 800m² of sails are hoisted out at sea. The hull of the Thalassa was built in the Netherlands in 1980. Originally named, Relinguenda, she operated as a fishing vessel until 1984 before running aground in Holland. In 1994 the hull of the boat was rebuilt, transforming the trawler into a barkentine. With the installation of modern safety equipment, she checks all regulations and is recognized internationally, enabling you to feel safe and well cared for on board.
The salon is tastefully decorated and offers a comfortable place for people to get together. The large dining area provides a great atmosphere for meal times. The covered deck area offers a great space to relax in good weather, catching the sea breeze while reading a book or looking through a telescope for signs of rare birds, seals, or dolphins. With a quiet sea, the meals can be enjoyed on-deck as well, and don’t forget about a pleasant sunset. The accommodating and friendly crew consist of a captain, the first mate, a cook and two sailors.
The Thalassa is fitted with 15 functional double cabins with bunk beds. The cabins are fitted with a private shower and wash basin. Toilets are found in the hallway.