The ship was built in Appledore in 2000 on a hull that had been constructed in Germany. The naval Architects were Burness, Corlett and Partners and the rig was designed by sail training expert Michael Willoughby.
The vessel has ten square rigged sails, seven staysails and a spanker giving a a total sail area of 949m2. Both masts have steel lowers and timber top masts reaching 36.5m above the water.
Accommodation is provided for 67 in 5 double, 6 single 1 three berth and 6 dormitories with 8 pipe-cot berths. She has two deck houses, one containing the wheelhouse, masters cabin and wardroom, the other containing the galley, pantry and mess room which provided service for 48 people.
Two 333kw Mercedes MTU auxillary engines power the brig to 9 knots via two controllable pitch propellers.She also has a single 90kw bow thruster.
The hull is divided into six watertight compartments.
GT = 493 and NT = 198
At the time of writing she is up for sale in the commercial market for £2.95m.
MMSI - 232007330
REG - UK, London
IMO - 9222314
Call Sign - MZIU7
Sail Training Ship
Built - Abeking & Rasmussen, lemwerder, DE (Hull only)
Yard Number - 6442
L = 59.33 W = 9.88
GT = 493
Year - 2000
Liverpool, 14 November 2014