Sailing Vessel

Rhea

Details of the Ship

SY Rhea
The Rhea, a vessel flying the Dutch flag, offers space for a maximum of 28 passengers. The crew of nine people consists of captain, navigator, boatswain, cook and up to 2 people responsible for passenger service. During the winter months from December to April the Rhea visits Caribbean harbors like St. Martin, Guadeloupe or Antigua. During summer – and after a passage of the Atlantic Ocean, she sails for Mediterranean ports located in Spain, Italy and Portugal.
On the teak deck, there is a wide space with sunbeds and benches. Furthermore, there is a nice and cozy dining area located on the afterdeck. An additional dining and drinking area can be found in the deckhouse.
Below deck, there are 14 fully equipped double cabins and a salon. There you can find the ship’s library as well as a CD/DVD player and a Plasma TV – the ideal space for playing games, having meals or just relaxing.

Technical Facts
Built in 2017; home port Rotterdam; length 54 m; width 9,8 m; sail surface 1000 m²; two-master ketch; engine Volvo 600 hp; 3 generators; AC; radar 96+6sm; EPIRB; SART; 2 dinghies AB Lamina 13’’ with 25 and 40 hp.

Water ski, wakeboard, banana boat, tube riding, stand-up paddleboards, kajaks, snorkeling gear, sundbeds, benches, sail dinghy Cuba RS.

Cabin Facilities
A maximum of 28 guests can be accomodated in 14 comfortable double cabins carrying the names of famous adventurers and explorers like Christopher Columbus or Leif Erikson. All cabins have an individual AC and an own bathroom. There are two types of cabins available:

  • 10 double cabins category A:
    12-13 m², double bed (2.00 x 1.70 m), bathroom with shower (0.70 x 0.90 m) and WC, wardrobe, hair dryer, towels, electricity (24 V and 230 V), fire extinguisher and life vests. Instead of the double bed, it is possible to have separate beds or a family bed as well.

  • 4 double cabins category B:
    11 m², double bed (2.00 x 1.70 m), bathroom with shower (0.70 x 0.90 m) and WC, wardrobe, hair dryer, towels, electricity (24 V and 230 V), fire extinguisher and life vests.