About this ship: Soeverein

The name Souverein (Sovereign) is derived from Latin and means roughly ‘highest power’. The ship is a replica of a traditional pinnace, such as those built in the Netherlands in the 17th century for trade routes in the South-East Asian region. From the 5-meter Campagnedeck, you have a magnificent view over the water and the entire ship. The large, bright salon offers up to 100 guests. From the salon you walk directly to the large main deck with tables, benches and replicas of ship cannons from the 17th century. At the bow, the Soeverein has an imposing bowsprit with a ‘Crow’s nest’.

Description of the cabins
The Soeverein has 14 cabins (approx. 9 m²), 13 cabins with two single beds (2,00 m x 0.80 m) and a foldaway upper bed, and 1 cabin with a double bed. All cabins have a small wardrobe, ventilation system and a small private bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. The cabins are equipped with power sockets (220 Volt always available) and heaters.

Description of the ship
The ship has a bar with beertap, a sitting area, heating, TV, CD, DVD, free WiFi (limited capacity), tables and chairs on deck.

Facts about the ship

Length:           59 m (193.6 ft.)
Width:            7.2 m (23.6 ft.)
Sail surface:    589 m²
Cabins:           14
Pass.:              44 (max.)