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Facing the elements, with friends and purpose.


Sustainable travel

Tukker ship

Sail Along

Set sail & discover new horizons…

If you are looking to reduce your carbon footprint, have an experience like no other and travel from A to B sustainably, then book a trip with “De Tukker”. This sailing cargo vessel is operating on the North Sea, Baltic, English channel, Irish sea and Bay of Biscay.

You can take part in the sailing of the ship, all the while knowing that below your feet in the hold are; olive oil, wine, cheese and other wonderful products being transported!

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Tukker ship

Do you want to join us and travel without emissions, experience the adventure of a lifetime, learn the ropes, set sail to foreigns lands?

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    “Nowadays, many people don‘t want to fly anymore or want to fly less, but still want to travel. And what a wonderful way of travelling it is to use a sailing ship!.”

    Jorne Langelaan, Captain and CEO

    “Stepping on board as a trainee on a sailing cargo vessel has been the best and most healthy way I ever traveled. It changed my life..”

    Elise, Trainee sailing cargo vessel

    Travel news


    Tacking a brigantine

    Tacking a brigantine

    Tacking is turning the ship, from having the wind blowing from one side of the ship, to the other side, and doing this by bringing the bow through the wind…

    The Practice of Sail-Training

    The Practice of Sail-Training

    We can see the usefulness of the sailing ship in regards to learning seamanship, self-reliance and teamwork. The popularity of these ships and their historical importance is undisputed. The lessons learned from thousands of years of maritime history are passed down from one crew to the next.

    Hardtack and Lobscouse

    Hardtack and Lobscouse

    This is going to be the heart of the ship. The place where “hardtack”- rock-hard, long-lasting salty biscuits – will be baked, alongside “Lobscouse”, a traditional sailor’s meal with meat, potatoes and onions and a diverse range of other dishes.

    Tacking a brigantine

    Tacking a brigantine

    Tacking is turning the ship, from having the wind blowing from one side of the ship, to the other side, and doing this by bringing the bow through the wind…

    The Practice of Sail-Training

    The Practice of Sail-Training

    We can see the usefulness of the sailing ship in regards to learning seamanship, self-reliance and teamwork. The popularity of these ships and their historical importance is undisputed. The lessons learned from thousands of years of maritime history are passed down from one crew to the next.

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