Already from the year 1897 the TIJDGEEST sails with tourists, in the early years as a passenger ship on the river Rhine in Germany. More than 100 years later, in 1998, the ship has been completely renovated and rebuild into a nice hotel ship.
Completely renovated in winter 2013/2014 in trendy Art Deco style; a very spacious, nostalgic ship of traditional shipbuilding skill with a high level of comfort and a family atmosphere.
At 22 x 6.20m the Tarin is a traditional wooden ship built in 2004 and scores with its painted green and white striped hull. The 10 cosy guest cabins are lined with light wood and come with large windows as well as shower and WC.
The Sarah, with her length of 45 meters and width of 6.6 meters, is a comfortable and cozy passenger barge. During the conversion of the barge from cargo vessel to passenger barge, the owners of the Sarah decided to choose quality instead of quantity.
At 31 x 8 m the MS San Snova is our most modern wooden motor sailor launched in 2009 and was made exclusively for Islandhopping cruises. This ship, constructed entirely of oak, was built by the Scherka family over three years in their own carpentry as a family project.
The MS Romantica of captain Jure was launched only in May 2007. The ship is 32 m long and 7,6 m wide and it possesses a solid structural steelwork, which, as the name says, connects romance with modern trend and functionally.
The Quo Vadis is a cozy, comfortably furnished boat, built in 1939 and remodeled for passenger service in 2005-2006. You'll enjoy the warm hospitality of the captain and crew.
At 40 x 8.5 m the Princeza Diana is a 3-mast deluxe class motor yacht that was launched in 2011. This ship is the princess of our fleet, an epitome of pure elegance.
On the Moselle and Saar, the 68 meters long MS Patria, which can accommodate a max. of 68 guests, is your sailing home. The ship is modernized for boat bike tours and has 34 cabins.
At 23 x 6 m the Panagiota is an aff ectionately restored wooden motor yacht, which represents the classic boat type of the Kaïkis. With a warm „Welcome on board“, the captain and his crew invite their guests on board.