The SV Rembrandt Van Rijn is a former herring catcher and was converted into a three-mast passenger sailing schooner in 1994. After a further conversion in 2011, the Rembrandt still offers the atmosphere of a traditional tall ship, but also meets the high safety requirements for cruises in the polar regions.
All 15 double cabins and one triple cabin have their own bathroom, shower and toilet.
On deck, passengers can enjoy an ideal view of the breathtaking Arctic landscape even under sail. Keep an eye out for emerging animals and enjoy the passing ice floes, glaciers and mountains.
There is room for all passengers in the spacious restaurant. Here you will be served a buffet for lunch and a pre-selected meal for dinner. You can also pass the time on board in the separate bar and reading area.
Max. 33 Passengers
10 Exterior cabins
6 Interior cabins
No doctor on board
Credit card payment possible
The cabin is equipped with a porthole, two lower and one upper berth, and shower/WC.
The twin inside bed cabin is equipped with a bunk bed and a shower/WC.
The twin bed cabin is equipped with a porthole, a bunk bed and a shower/WC.