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Soren Larsen

Søren Larsen, built in 1949, was one of the last fully traditional, cargo carrying sailing Tallships ships

Søren Larsen, built in 1949, was one of the last fully traditional, cargo carrying sailing ships made for Baltic Trade. She was lovingly restored and re-rigged by the Davies family in 1978 to the graceful 19th century Brigantine she is today. Søren Larsen has featured in Films & T.V. ‘The Onedin Line’, ‘French Lieutenant’s Woman’ and ‘Shackleton’ to name a few. In 1982 during the filming of Shackleton, she became the first wooden sailing ship to reach Arctic Greenland in 70 years. In 1991 she was the first British Tallship to round Cape Horn in 68 years. Søren Larsen was the Flagship of the First Fleet Re-enactment Voyage. She led a fleet of 7 square-riggers on an ambitious eight-month journey from Portsmouth to Sydney.

Capacity 120 passengers 

Special Features
Seating lower deck
Seating upper deck 
Licensed bar
Fun on-board activities 

– Mast Climb
– Pirate-themed cruise
– Sail hoisting and setting
– Water pistol duels
– Knot-tying competition
– Kids pirate party with games and treasure hunt on board

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