Seventy-three years old but it does not show. And the ship Valentina II, vintage whaling originally built back in 1939 in the famous shipyard Mjosundet Bat og Hydraulik in Aure, Norway and used until the mid-90s between the Norwegian Sea, English Channel and the Baltic Sea. Since then, this historic vessel was the star of transformations and changes, without ever losing its original grandeur and today, despite its new function, still retains traces of its glorious past when plying the seas in search of small whales.

A few years ago, it had been recovered and brought to the Mediterranean via Gibraltar, Valentina II is currently used to transport about 22 passengers.

Where once was pinned networks, passengers can now enjoy spacious, comfortable cushions and awnings to make your stay as comfortable as possible on board. A stereo with CD player, a spacious lounge deck and two wc complete the features of this remarkable vessel. Upon request, the Valentina II can also be hired exclusively, with timetables and routes to be agreed and is also equipped for night parties and excursions.


Construction Site: Bat Mjosundet og Hydraulik - Aure, Norway
Sailing Ship: Norwegian Schooner
Year of Construction: 1939
Stately Sails
Length: 16 meters
Width: 4 m
Engine: Iveco Turbo 280HP 280NET ecological year 2007
Tender Novamarine 4m
Outboard Motor: Honda 4 stroke 20 hp
Instrumentation and safety equipment to RINA