A rich history goes hand in hand with contemporary comfort on board the Clipper Stad Amsterdam. Modern technology was used to combine the best features of famous, 19th century clippers with new design. Speed, a slender line, impressive sails, and the promise of adventure as you board.
That is the Stad Amsterdam. Built at the end of the last century, between 1997 and 2000, and baptized in the new Millennium, this clipper spans the bridge of history. This ship may rightfully be called “the Pride of the Low Countries”. She draws a crowd wherever she goes.
The ship has been comfortably appointed and offers every convenience. Cabins have their own bathroom, air-conditioning, telephone and television. In the spacious and warmly appointed Long Room, a small ship’s library can be found, reading tables and comfortable sitting nooks. Here, movies are shown, the captain holds his lectures, and you can enjoy excellent meals in peace and quiet. Maybe you would prefer talking to your fellow travelers while enjoying a drink at the bar. There are bars on the upper and lower decks.
The ship actually speaks for herself. Comfort comes first. While building the StadAmsterdam, a combination of historical clipper charm combined with the safety norms and regulations of modern times were chosen. Television, air conditioning, and T.V., the ship has been provided with all comforts. 250′ Luxury Clipper Ship Launched in 2000 First clipper built in 130 years 29 Sails – a square rigger that can reach 17 knots under sail On board conference facilities seats 40 Crew of 25 includes 2 captains & 2 five star chefs. Other than the annual Atlantic crossing from North America to Europe, Clipper Stad Amsterdam is not available for charter or the carriage of paying passengers to, from or in the United States.
ACCOMMODATIONS 32 guests 16 staterooms each with twin lower singles & 2 pullman berths. Individual A/C, TV, telephone, en suite head & shower.
Full Communication package
Bar on deck, Bar in longroom, Library and sick bay, Movies shown in long room
Snorkeling equipment, beach toys, deck chairs and cushions
US$99,000 per week (winter Carribean)