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Vessel Details - Mandalay

About the Mandalay
Mandalay is truly an historic ship. This 236-foot barkentine was built in 1923 for financier E.F. Hutton and christened Hussar. In the 1930’s she was sold to shipping magnate George Vettlesen who re-christened her Vema. Later she was put into service by Columbia University sailing over a million miles worldwide. Evidence gathered on her voyages confirmed the theory of the continental drift.

For many years, Windjammer Barefoot Cruises sailed Mandalay in the Caribbean, where she established an enviable reputation for delivering joy to her guests . She had a very loyal following, with "Jammers" repeating year after year. Then in September of 2007, that world ended. Windjammer Barefoot Cruises went bankrupt, its remaining assets were auctioned off and all her loyal “Jammers” mourned.

But the Windjammer dream never died, because it was more than a company. It was a culture. And it was a fragile culture - one that had a rare balance of fun, adventure, informality and one that would-be imitators never understood. On January 18th, 2012 Windjammer Sailing Adventures purchased Mandalay, with a commitment to maintain the culture of “Windjammer”. The Rum Swizzles, crab races, story time, Bloody Mary’s, peanut butter pates, PPP parties, sleeping on deck and the playing of Amazing Grace are back, as are many of the former crew. Mandalay has been refurbished to recall her former glory. Always a favorite of Windjammer Barefoot sailors, Mandalay is welcomed back to the fleet of tall ships

The Mandalay at a Glance

Berths: 29 Cabins; 58 berths
Crew: 30
Length: 236 feet Ft
Beam: 33 feet Ft
Draft: 15 feet Ft

The Grenadine Islands    
Grenadine Islands to St. Lucia    
Grenada to St. Maarten: 12 Nights    
St. Maarten to Grenada: 12 Nights    
Grenada to St. Maarten: 6 Nights    
St. Maarten to Grenada: 6 Nights    
St Maarten, Round Trip: 6 Nights    
St. Maarten, Round Trip: 12 Nights    
Grenada Round Trip: 12 Nights    
Grenada, Round Trip: 6 Nights    

Cabin Pricing Information

  Type Description Grenadine Islands six-nights
King's Cabin Standard double sized cabin, double bed, private bathroom with separate shower, on lower deck. $1,899.00
Admiral's Suite Standard On Main Deck, double lower with Pullman upper, ensuite bathroom $1,799.00
Commodore Cabin Cabin On Lower Deck, with double lower berth and single upper berth, ensuite bathroom $1,699.00
Standard Cabin Standard Upper and lower berths, ensuite bathroom $1,599.00
**Pricing shown is subject to change and final prices will be confirmed upon booking.
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