Rembrandt Van Rijn comfortable sailing ship
Rembrandt Van Rijn was built as a herring lugger early last century. She was rebuilt as a three-masted passenger sailing schooner and used in Spitsbergen and The Galapagos until 2001, and was recently completely rebuilt and refurbished. Although not ice-class she has a reinforced bow and she offers good open deck viewing areas.
Passengers:34 in mainly en-suite cabins, some with portholes
Spitsbergen, Norway, Greenland
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