When I was little, my dad rented an animated sci-fi movie, or perhaps a series. I guess it was around 1990-95. But I cannot say how old the movie was when I saw it.
From what I remember about the story, it was about a family traveling on a starship. Parents and a child. I think they shipwrecked. The parents left the child in care of the ship's systems and robots. They either died or went looking for help, don't remember exactly. The main story then focuses on the child who is being brought up by the robots.
If I remember correctly, the name of the movie was translated to "Bludny Holandan" in Czech, which means "Flying Dutchman" in English. However, I failed to find any mention of such a movie under this name.
I don't remember the animation style. If I had to guess, it would be Japanese, similar to Ulysse 31.
It is not:
The Lost in Space live action movie from the late 90's. Apart from the obvious differences (animated/live action), the movie I am talking about had much more serious tone.
The Russian show The Mystery of the Third Planet.
The French animated movie Les Maîtres du temps.
The Japanese animated movie called Flying Phantom Ship.