Dutch 80

Lisbon , Portugal
# 3187
from $2.090,50 / 4 Am Hour

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With a capacity up to 33 guests, the Westenwind is a 24,5 meter Dutch Klipper, typical from the rivers of The Netherlands. It’s a flat-bottom sailing boat that uses sideboards to avoid drifting. The Westenwind dates from 1910 and was brought to Portugal in 2014. The owners bought the boat in 2013 in Enkhuizen (NL) and sailed it down to Portugal through the French canals (passing over 275 locks) and further along the Mediterranean Sea and then along the Spanish and Portuguese coast, up to Lisbon. Contrary to the Leão Holandês (our bigger boat), the services on the Westenwind are self-service and it’s a more pro-active boat — welcoming more interaction with our guests (helping with preparation, raising and maneuvering the sails, raising and hoisting the sideboards and the navigation itself. Also, the Westenwind will only sail on the river Tagus in Lisbon. To keep costs as low as possible, drinks and food are made available inside the lounge area, where clients are welcome to serve themselves. There is a host on board (also assisting the skipper and sailing crew) who will make sure all is running smoothly. We can also serve some drinks on the deck, inside proper ice buckets. You decide how your event will be. Let Lisbon and its river Tagus inspire you.


Passenger Capacity
Crew Capacity
Sleep Capacity
Year Built
Fuel Capacity
Cancellation Policy
30 Days


Snorkeling Gear
Catering Available
Inflatable Extras
Boat type
Fishing Gear
Languages Spoken
Full Crew
Alcoholic Beverages
1983 Dutch 80
Boat category


Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - 4 hours (AM) (4 hours (AM))
Charter - 4 hours (PM) (4 hours (PM))
Charter - Full day (Full day)


Welcome to Portugal’s capital, Lisbon or Lisboa as the locals refer to it. From its magnificent castles, pastel-colored buildings, beaches, bridges, this hilly, coastal city has a little taste of everything. You can check out five centuries of art at the National Azulejo Museum or enjoy the thrilling nightlife downtown. More than anything, Lisbon is the gateway to the rest of Portugal and there is no better way of seeing it than with your own private charter.

Discover a True Coastal City. Lisbon grew up on the shores of the Atlantic. Its mild year-round climate offers many opportunities for enjoying a great time on the water. Just outside the city, there are countless beaches and fishing villages to explore in all direction. If you charter a course north, you’ll be on your way to some of the finest surfing including in Carcavelos. Head south and you are on course to the famous resort destinations in the country where Europeans go to beat the summer heat.

Delight Your Taste Buds with the Fresh Catch of the Day. The waters of the coast of Portugal are the perfect place to cast out your line and try your luck. If sportfishing is your game, you just might be able to catch some tuna, mackerels and so much more. If you prefer to skip the rod and head straight to the table, there are plenty of places to try to fresh local ceviches and other incredible local foods that blend spices from all over the world.

Get Out and Stretch Your Legs. Portugal is a living history museum. Lisbon is home to countless museums filled with numerous treasures. The old school cobbled streets, stone buildings, and castles will delight any treasures. Outside the city, there are numerous hills and mountains to climb and enjoy the stunning national parks where you interact with the amazing flora and fauna of the region. These hills are the perfect place to lose yourself for a few hours before you head back to the city for a little excitement!

Lisbon has Something for Everyone. Lisbon is the perfect combination of featuring all the fun of a big sized city from shopping to food and nightlife but is easy enough to hop on a boat and get a taste of some incredible nature and wildlife. Best of all, it’s easily accessible making it the perfect place to start and end an unforgettable vacation.