Alexander von Humboldt II - Be part of the crew
„ALEXANDER von HUMBOLDT II“ is a civil sail training ship. Build in 2011 in Bremerhaven, Germany, she complies international safety standards with modern nautical and technical equpment.
The members of the regular crew are well trained to educate the trainees be part of the crew. Trainees and regular crew build a sailing team. Sailing a square rigged shipe like the Alexander von Humboldt II will be active and adventurous holiday.
BE PART OF THE CREW
"Gemeinsam stark auf der Bark"
Deutsche Stiftung Sail Training
H.-H.-Meier-Str. 6 B, D-27568 Bremerhaven
Telefon: 0471 94588 – 0
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