The ship is an old schooner that was built in 1875 in the Swedish Kockums shipyard. Only 11 years after the Battle of Dybbøl Mill. In 2013, she was the oldest ship had ever sailed round the world. Mie of Ebeltoft's a two mastes schooner on small 160 tons. Built in steel. The vessel has a length of 38 meters, 5 meters wide and a draft of 2.75 and is therefore very comfortable vs. The space, even when heavily loaded. The ship is designed for 14 people, distributed in open chambers and cabins. The ship has been under reconstruction, with new rig in 2003 and later fully modernized in 2012. The rig is simple and consists of two headsails, a stage sail and a mainsail, there may be a flying sails. The ship is equipped with modern games, so anyone can set sail without much expertise. The ship has terrific much outdoor space. Anyone can sit on the quarterdeck, while at the same time are fine places where you can sit and enjoy the tranquility alone. Inside the ship is decorated in bright materials. With bunks and cabins, large salon lovely large functional kitchen with stove, oven and fridge, toilet and shower. In the engine is the main engine a Volvo 428 hp as well as a generator of 32 KW. In the aft of the ship is a large cabin with double berth and a private bathroom. The vessel is partially freshly painted, lacking however SB side and covered. Outfitting was created in 2010 conducted on recognized shipyard. The schooner sold as bankruptcy - therefore sold with full and usual disclaimer clause. Contact Yacht Broker Midtjylland Nikolaj Skjellerup 25 56 56 81 for more info.