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Raspberry catboat
Rental from $215 Per night

Raspberry catboat

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Rental from $1898 Per night


the Netherlands, Enkhuizen 34 Sleeps, (New sailing ship)

Stijlvolle tweemastklipper Avanti
Rental from $1564 Per night
De Nieuwe Zorg
Rental from $1348 Per night

De Nieuwe Zorg

the Netherlands, Muiden 20 Sleeps, (New sailing ship)

Boat Hotel Six Rotterdam
Rental from $656 Per night

Boat Hotel Six Rotterdam

the Netherlands, Rotterdam 10 Sleeps, (New sailing ship)

Amsterdam adventure
Rental from $492 Per night
Tweemastklipper Avondrood
Rental from $1389 Per night

Tweemastklipper Avondrood

the Netherlands, Kampen 30 Sleeps, (New sailing ship)

Recent reviews

Clipper Anthony - Anno 1898 - Sleeps 14

We had a great time sailing on the Wadden sea. With the instructions from the crew we felt like real sailors ourselfs. 

Pim, the Netherlands

Sailing Charter 'The Fast Victory' - Harlingen

The skippers are super! They consulted us on every occasion and were able to get along with the group. On top of that, they had always organized a small surprise. The crew of the Fast Victory is simply fantastic!

Max, Germany

Sailing with Jan from Monnickendam

We had a great trip here in Holland but the highlight was the sailing trip with Jan. It was a great time and the ship is wonderfull. 

Maurits, Spain

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We believe that where you stay and what you do should be a part of your holiday experience. We are proud to share a awesome selection of sailing ships and tall ships from around the world with you. Each and every one of these ships is unique and will surely contribute to an unforgettable journey.

The options are endless. Ever thought of sailing the Netherlands, England or Italy? Each of these countries offer a wide variety of amazing sailing ships. Experiencing your holiday from a sailing ship is nothing like anything you've ever done before. Pick your sailing destination, book a sailing ship and be welcome aboard!

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We are specialized in sailing and tall ships and we offer a great selection of amazing sailing ships rentals around the world. Lots of them are exclusively available with us. At Bookasailingship.com you're sure to find a great variety of hand picked sailing ship rentals. From wonderfully renovated traditional ships to the most exclusive tall ships. Paying for your holiday is simple and safe, and customer care is of paramount importance to us.

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Choosing the right ship can be quite a challenge. Therefore we offer our Sailor Taylor Service: tell us your needs and we will send you a handpicked selection. Just send a message and share your requirements: what dates, how many guests and the type of holiday you want to have (romantic, wet, adventurous, you name it!). We look forward to find you the best ship possible for your next trip!

Summary of our selling points

* Really great support before, during and after your stay.
* We know sailing ships and love to share our experience with you.
* We pay the owner 1 day after departure, so your payment is 100% safe.
* Pay in 2 terms, most properties offer a 50-50% payment scheme.
* Booking is easy, safe and simple - a great way to start your sailing holiday
* Custom advise with our Sailor Taylor Service

Thanks for your trust in us. And wherever you go: we wish you an unforgettable journey!

Peps Co-Founder Bookasailingship.com

Captain Peps

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