Prince de Neufchatel

Motor Sailor 82’


A Prince in the Cyclades

Built in N.Y by Adam & Noah Brown in a typical body plan of the american privateers, she was one of the fastest ships in the US army in the war of 1812. In 1814 she was chased 17 times by British men at war and she outran them everytime. After a triumphant victory against the British she went back to Boston. While sailing to her final destination in 1814 fully crewed with 120 men, under Nicolas Millin, she was chased by 3 Bristish frigates. She was taken. Sir George Collier was so impressed with her sailing (13 knots) he sent her to England where she was measured for copying. She was rebuilt in 2008 in Greek shipwards.



Length: 25,15 m -  Beam: 5,76 m
Engine: 1 X 230 hp ROLLS ROYCE
Cruising speed: 9 knots
Fuel capacity: 3.500 l
Water Tank: 2,5 t
Water maker: 150 l/h
Guests: 20-25 for Daily Cruise, 6 for Weekly Cruise
Crew: 3
Fridge: Mini refrigerators in each cabin
Electricity: 220 V AC, 24 V-12 V DC
A/C: Yes
Accommodation: 3 Cabins: 2 x Double Cabins (Queen Size bed), 1 Twin Cabin with berths, all with en-suite facilities



DAILY • High Season • upon request
DAILY • Low Season • upon request

WEEKLY • High Season • upon request
WEEKLY • Low Season • upon request


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