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Tecla, herring drifter

About the ship

The Tecla was build in 1915 as a Ketch herring drifter. A fishing vessel that would roam the North Sea for weeks on end to fill her hull with barrels of herring. These Loggers were being build by the dozen in the early 1900’s. A design to carry as much fish as possible and still be the fastest of the fleet. The Tecla is known as one of those fast ones with authentic looks and a crew that knows her every inch.

Build: 1915Home port: Winkel, Netherlands
LOA: 38 meter
Width: 6,6 meter
Draught: 2.7 meter
Hight: 23 meter
Max. Sails: 400 m2
Engines: 237pk Scania Vabis
Number of guests: 16 (2 person en-suite cabins)
Number of crew: 3

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