Sailing vessel “Kajsamoor” (1939) is a two-masted galeass-rigged square-topsail wooden schooner built in 1939 in Aasheim og Valvatne Skibsbyggeri yard in Sagvåg Sunnhordland, Norway, as a typical North Sea cargo ship.
The name comes from old Norse mythology and means The Mother of Wind Troll. Since the Trolls average about 300-years of lifespan our windtroll is a rather young lady.
Today she is the rare living example of typical sailing trader (LOA 108ft – 33m, beam 6m, displacement 148 tons) in Estonia, offering cozy tar-scented leisure cruises, day-trips and charters certified up to 70 passengers. Our routes include picturesque and unspoiled Estonian Islands, Åland Archipelago (Finland), Gotland (Sweden) and a long and lusty array of well-known maritime festivals, like Kieler Woche, Rostocker Hansesail, Ålands Sjödagar, Tallinn Maritime Days and other events.
Rather elaborated Galley, two restrooms with shower, hot/cold fresh water, central heating, 220V(limited)/24V.
The vessel is equipped with all modern safety equipment according to the Maritime Authority requirements and has been certified for the Passenger service in the near-coastal area of the Baltic Sea.
The ships hold is well stowed with merry casks, lapping joyfully as the steward knocks off the plugs. Here you will find the romantic sunsets, tar-scented squeaking rigging, old marine traditions, picturesque moments, love and passion. And if it’s not enough, the Limpy Jonathans’ secret Seawolf recepy drinks will make your day!
We manage the ship restoration using the traditional ways, workmanship and materials.
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