(no engine) This handy brigantine of 35 tons cargo capacity has been employed in the TransAtlantic rum, cacao and coffee trade. On her lofty rig she carries a course, full topsail, topgallant, royal and studding sails.
(no engine) Possibly the worlds oldest cargo ship (1873) still working, is operating in the European coastal trade. Originally a fishing trawler, nowadays she is able to carry a maximum of 30 tons of wine, olive oil, cider or other goods.
Faster than the Cutty Sark
One day she will shine as the Crown Jewel of Fairtransport. For now, the Clipper Ship is still on the drawing board – and on the artist’s easel- in the backrooms of Fairtransport.
Beautifully new built, by her owners. A three masted lugger fashioned after the 18th century customs vessels. Like her forebears she is swift and able to manouvre, perfect for the busy and rough waters of the English channel, where she is used in the wine and onion trade.
Has a rich history carrying cargo since 1920 almost without a break. Currently she is totally overhauled to rise as the sturdy schooner she ones was. Her trading route will be taking her from Europe to Australia to start a scheduled service in the Pacific.