FleetiT ON TALLSHIP
Medieval sailing: The North Sea crossing.
What if get back to the tall ship era. The age when white yachts were not invented yet, and no one could imagine such thing as an airplane. Also there was not such a thing as tourism. You wouldn't go traveling to the other side of the world just because you want to change the picture in your window.

Our tall ship will set the sails to cross the North Sea, and we will see something that only few could imagine when sea going vessels were like a spaceship now: fantastic, incredible, impossible.
Adventure dates
July, 2021
We begin in Amsterdam, sailing to Terschelling, and then north-west towards Edinburgh and Orkney islands.
10 days sailing
We will cross the North sea from Amsterdam to Edinburgh, and visit Orkney islands.
6 medieval towns
Amsterdam, Terschelling, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Wick, Stromness.
€1500
The price includes: accommodation in a double cabin on our barquentine, captains and crew work, food and soft drinks onboard, port fees and fuel.
the map
Here is how our sailing trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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How much does it cost:
€1500
€1700 after 1st July, 2019. €1900 after 1st January, 2020. € 2200 1st July, 2020. €2500 1st January, 2021. €3000 1st May, 2021.
Included:
- Accomodation in a two berth cabin on a tall ship;
- Captains and crew work;
- Food and soft drinks onboard;
- Port fees;
- Fuel.
In addition you'll need to pay for:
- flight to Amsterdam and from Stromness;
- onshore activities, excursions, bars;
- transfer from/to the airport (in Amsterdam you will easily take a train that goes from the airport to Amsterdam Centraal where we would meet you and help to get to the local ferry which brings you to where our barquentine parked. In Stromness there is hourly bus service: X1, X10 brings you from Stromness tourist centre to Kirkwall tourist centre, where you exchange to either 3 or 4 which bring you straight to the airport. It will take around one hour in total).
BOOK THE FLIGHT
We start and finish this adventure in different spots, be careful while choosing the flight.
Arrival — AMSTERDAM
Our barquentine will wait for you in Amsterdam on [date] till [hour]. Please keep in mind that you will spend at least one hour to get to us from the airport.
Departure — STROMNESS
This part of adventure will end in Stromness, Orkney islands, on [date] [hour]. Please keep in mind that logistics from the ship to the airport will take more than one hour.
YACHTS
Our Fleet
Barquentine Thalassa
Length: 165 feet
Showers: 15
Cabins: 15
Passengers: 30
Crew: 6
Why choose this ADVENTURE?
Look at our detailed plan
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Day 1
Amsterdam.
The beginning of our epic story will happen in the capital of the naval empire, Netherlands.
Day 2
Terschelling.
After 77 nautical miles from Amsterdam we will enter shallow wadden sea. Medieval harbor in the Frisian islands archipelago will welcome us for one day until its time to leave for Scotland.
Day 3–4
North Sea crossing.
320 nautical miles, or about 64 hours of a real sailing on the 50 meters barquentine through the North Sea. Do you know any stronger expression?
Day 5
Edinburgh.
After hours in the open sea we enter the beautiful harbor of Edinburgh, capital of Scotland.
Day 7
Dunnottar Castle.
While sailing through the east coast of Scotland we will see one of its most famous medieval castles.
Aberdeen.
After 20 hours of sailing cathedrals of Aberdeen will show up on the horizon.
Day 9
Wick.
Our last Great Britain town. Lets rest before heading to Orkney islands.
Day 10
Girnigoe Castle.
Duncansby Stacks.
Stromness.
After 20 hours of sailing cathedrals of Aberdeen will show up on the horizon.
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