Discover yourself – Offshore sailing

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It’s said that the sea is safe as long as you understand how dangerous is it. Nada is an ocean going vessel designed and built to sail offshore. She integrates the combined experience and wisdom of generations of sea going professionals in her basic design. Her double ended hull echoes Viking ships and respects following seas. The Ingrid is a William Atkin adaptation of the famous Colin Archer “Redningskoite” north sea lifeboats of the 19th century. Robin Knox Johnston, the first man to sail around the world non stop alone used a smaller version of this design.