Under the forcastle deck there are 4 two person cabins. Under the main deck another 4 four person cabins.
On deck behind the fore mast you find the Riggers Bar. This bar serves out the beverages during the daytrips. In this superstructure you also find a Lady’s toilet on portside and a Gent’s on starboard.
Behind the main mast we find the Coffee Shop.
|Length Overall||48 metres|
|Length Hull||38 metres|
|Length between perpendiculars||33.3 metres|
|Draft air||29 metres|
|Sail area||600 m2|
|Main engine||Scania DI 13||450 HP|
|Generator 1||John Deere||62KVA|
|Watermaker||Sea Recovery||2500 l/day|
|Tank drinking water||9 m3|
|Tank fuel||9 m3|
|Tank sewage||10 m3|
‘Morgenster’ sails a clipper-brig rig.
These rigs were developed by the Americans during their struggle for independence.
The heavy English Man o' War ’s were not fit to catch the light and fast Americans who used the “hit and run” tactics.
The famous clippers were developed from these fast schooners and brigs.
|Accomodation crew||10 persons|
|Day trips||90 passengers|
|Multiple day trip||36 trainees|
|Accomodation cabin||24 trainees|
|Accomodation hammock||6 trainees|
|Accomodation bench||6 trainees|
Certificates and safety.
Morgenster’s safety management system is supervised and certificated by Bureau Veritas.
For safety the Morgenster is under the supervision of the register Holland and the Netherlands Shipping Inspectorate.
She sails with two safety certificates
a. Special Purpose Ship and sail training ship sailing around the world with up to 36 trainees.
b. 98/18 EU as a passenger ship for day trips to 12 miles at sea by up to 90 passengers.
Besides an extensive safety equipment there is a lot of attention to fire safety:
There is a lot of insulation provided to ensure safe evacuation.
The engine room has a extinguishing gas system.
The other compartments are protected with a sprinkler system.
The entire woodwork of doors and includes all non-combustible material.