The two-masted schooner Elsi was built in 1986 by the German shipyard Blumenthaler Werft as a training expedition ship. In 2013, an extensive reconstruction and equipment of the sailboat was carried out for operation in the high latitudes of the Arctic and Antarctic. Subsequently, the schooner was used in medical humanitarian expeditions to remote corners of the world.

Specifications

Elsi is a two-masted schooner built in 1986 as a training expedition ship, and in 2013 it was reconstructed and equipped to operate in the high latitudes of the Arctic and Antarctic. It is on it that 18 members of the expedition will learn maritime affairs, studying with the instructor of the "Marine Practice" and working shoulder to shoulder with the crew of the vessel. Trainees are accommodated in 2-bed / 4-bed cabins or in the flagship cabin, men and women - separately (except for couples and family members). The Flagship cabin can accommodate up to 3 people (double and single).

Passengers are accommodated in 2-bed / 4-bed cabins or in the flagship cabin, men and women - separately (except for couples and family members). The Flagship cabin can accommodate up to 3 people (double and single).

There are 3 showers and toilets in common use, as well as a spacious lounge for meetings and events.