The Isla Ebusitana – 1856 is one of the oldest schooners in the world, with 159 years of history and capacity for 50 people. Perfect for experiencing classical navigation.
The sailboat was hurled into the water by the naval constructor Jose Coll in 1856 in Palma de Mallorca with the very religious name-Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Its helmet is made with wood from the island, mainly pine and oak. There are double pine boards 80 millimeters each on oak frames 280 mm thick. The two-master has a 33 m long and 6.15 m wide hulk made of massif oak and pine tree wood and an impressing sail area of 450 sqm.
The Isla Ebusitana holds a long history as merchant ship and only cruises as passenger ship recently. Therefore not all of the cabins include an own bathroom with shower/WC. Two cabins share one bathroom.
The ship only possesses four guest cabins for a capacity of max. 12 persons. Two of these cabins are double cabins with a French bed, the other two are both four bed cabins with 2 bunk beds each. All cabins are emblazed with day light through portholes and deck hatchways.