The first owner was Albert Pronk, who’s called her Dina Cornelia on the 10th January 1919, and she was built with the purpose to transport both persons and goods (general cargo ship).
In 1925 after 6 years, her name was changed in Albert and then changed again on 3rd January 1927 to Henk.
In 1969, she was modified in the shipyard of Ijmuiden in Netherlands, where fishing gears and equipment were dismantled and debarked leaving the vessel for private and recreational use.
The vessel, prepared for ocean crossing, became part of the charters company Cockatoo Cruising NV. And she had the opportunity to sail in South Africa, Caribbean and Mediterranean Sea until 1992.
|Type of vessel||Two Masted Brigantine|
|Year of manifacture||1918|
|Builder||Vlaardingen – Holland|
|Classification||Spanish Maritime Register (RME)|
|Length Overall||31.44 m|
|Beam overall||6.77 m|
|Main Engines||1 x Iveco/Aifo – HP 450|
|Engine running hours||NC|
|Asking price||It will be disclosed in case of interest|
All figures on this page are referred to the original documents and web information, and they are not taken to be exact.