Maybe Sailing Fleet


Tall Ship Maybe
Our flagship, a beautiful gaff ketch
 
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Tall Ship Blue Clipper
Our striking gaff rigged schooner
 
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Tall Ship Maybe

Specification

  • Class: B
  • Year built: 1929
  • Rig: Gaff Ketch
  • Height: 25m
  • Length: 24m
  • Beam: 6m
  • Draught:3.2m
  • Areas of operation: UK and Europe
  • Number of trainees: 14
  • Number of permanent crew: 4
  • Berth types: Cabins, single bunks
  • Showers: Yes
  • Operational language(s) on board:English
  • Special diets catered for: Yes
  • Special needs catered for: Yes

Accommodation

Tall Ship Maybe has the capacity for up to 18 crew members on each sailing voyage, which includes 2-4 permanent crew and 14 places for trainee crew members or 12 passengers. She has extensive comfortable accommodation below deck including five newly refurbished cabins, a large saloon/galley area. For the comfort of the crew, central heating has been installed to make even winter sailing a pleasure.


 

Specification

  • Class: B
  • Year built: 1991
  • Rig: 3 masted Gaff rigged Schooner
  • Height: 37m
  • Length: 43m
  • Beam: 8m
  • Draught:4m
  • Areas of operation: Worldwide
  • Number of trainees: 24
  • Number of permanent crew: 6
  • Berth types: Cabins, single bunks
  • Showers: Yes
  • Operational language(s) on board:English
  • Special diets catered for: Yes
  • Special needs catered for: Yes

Accommodation

Tall Ship Blue Clipper offers comfortable and luxurious accommodation. There are 6 twin cabins with ensuite bathrooms and plenty of storage space. There is a 6 berth cabin with shared bathroom in the forepeak and 8 berths in the crew quarters.. There is also a luxurious owners suite with double bed, living area, and ensuite bathroom. There is a large saloon area which is bright and airy, a great place to relax with a good book. There is a large galley area, air conditioning to make hot summer days comfortable and heating for those colder winter days. There are plenty of seating areas on deck to relax and take in the sea air.