A working vessel built in 1912, Soon to be sailing the north Sea again…
De Tukker was built in 1912 and worked for many years as a coastal trader. In the 1980’s she became a Dutch sail training vessel, well-known for her work with disadvantaged youth until 2012. In 2022 she joined the EcoClipper fleet and will sail cargo and passengers across the North Sea again.
The ship has a barge shaped hull and will be able to carry about 70 cubic meters, or an equivalent of 50-70 tonnes, of cargo. She will also have accommodation for up to 12 paying passengers.