Opal

Small Ship Cruise

Opal

Vessel Type: Schooner

Length: 33 meters

Passenger Capacity: 12

Built / refurbished: 1951 / 1973–1981 / 2013

Built at the Bodenwerft in Damgarten, Germany in 1951, Opal served as a trawler in the Baltic and North Sea and in the Barents Sea. In 1973 new owners started her restoration. During 8 years until 1981, Opal was converted to the elegant but seaworthy, two masted schooner she is today. She has sailed all over the world, completing several trans-Atlantic crossings, being carefully maintained through the years. Opal has remained with the same owners, until becoming part of North Sailing´s fleet in early 2013. She has undergone restoration and had interior work done to better fit her for the new purpose as an expedition ship.

The Opal has six double/twin cabins plus crew facilities. She has three bathrooms, two showers. She comfortably fits 12 passengers, plus her crew.

Cabin layout for Opal

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