The Cervantes Saavedra, having started life in 1934 as a Swedish Lightship, Sydostbrotten, was converted to sail and, in 1982 as Amorina, took part in the Cutty Sark Regatta. In 1985 she sailed from London to Australia to take part in the 200 years celebration of the "New Australia". Returning to Europe she chartered in and around the Mediterranean and Red Sea. She was converted to Sail-Training in 2007. Since then she has participated in the "Tall Ship Races" and has worked in many additional roles.
She has air conditioned accommodation for up to 35 in 17 cabins and crew berths for up to 12 in 4 cabins. She can take up to 120 passengers for day sails.
She has a Riveted Steel hull and a Welded Steel superstructure and a Klöckner Humboldt Deutz 820hp diesel engine.
Spain, Gran Canaria.
Air conditioned accommodation for up to 35 in 17 cabins, all en-suite
Crew berths for up to 12 in 4 cabins.
Up to 120 passengers for day sails.
Rig, Sails and Spars
Aluminium alloy spars
Galvanised steel Standing rigging
All sails by Lee Sails - in good condition
2 . 475kg Halls Anchors
4 x refrigerators
3 x freezers
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Pressurised hot and cold water throughout
Klöckner Humboldt Deutz 820hp diesel
2 x Cummins 90KVA Generators (2007)
Frigomar air conditioning
Water - 8000 + 2000 litres per day by Watermaker
Diesel - 2 x 10,700 litres + 2 x 250 litres
Holding - 9200 litres
Sprinkler system 2 x 7000 litres
Electrics / Electronics
JRC JFE 380 Echo sounder (2007)
Raymarine wind speed and direction
2 x Sailor VHF Radiotelephones
Furuno Navnet Chart plotter
Furuno Navnet Radar
Simrad GN33 GPS Navigator
JRC NCR 333 Navtex
Fire extinguishers - all in date
First aid kit
6 x life rafts - all in date
2 x 5m dinghies