Boats

Amsterdam

This ship is an ideal accomodation for sailing holidays with a large group. The view from the spacious living room is superb, and when weather permits the sun deck offers a well sheltered sitting area Many guests can be accomodated on this large hotelship. All two person cabins together with two hygienic sanitairy sections you find at the lower deck. As an extra the AMSTERDAM houses a small ships bar, where at evenings you can enjoy your drink.

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Anna Antal

The Anna Antal has a cozy salon. In the evenings, a drink can be consumed in the cozy and elegant bar. Outside there is a sun deck/a deck for the bicycles. The crew consists of a skipper, a cook and a sailor/hostess. There is limited WiFi on board.

Cabins:

  • 5 twin cabins (beds can be placed together)
  • 4 bunk bed cabins

All cabins are provided with a private bathroom, central heating and portholes that open. There is limited storage space in the cabin

 

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Ave Maria

This Italian boat has been totally rebuild in order to meet the most challenging client’s requests. Only the hull of the original 1970s sand digger sailing along the Po has remained. The rest of the AVE MARIA is brand new. It has been completely designed by a renowed Italian architectural firm. A warm, sober and yet sophisticated atmosphere has been created. The ship has 10 double standard cabins, 3 double superior cabins and 4 single cabins with large windows, comfortable low beds, en-suite facilities and air conditioning. In 10 cabins an extra (bunk) bed can be fold out. The air conditioned living room is divided in two areas: the restaurant and the lounge. The ship has two sundecks, an internet point with two computers, a wifi point and a large TV screen in the lounge.

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Avontuur

For larger groups from f.i. schools or clubs the Avontuur is a very suitable ship. The cabins have central heating and washbasins with hot and cold water. Aboard you’ll come across a friendly athmosphere. The crew will be there to make your stay as pleasant as can be!

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Bordeaux

The barge Bordeaux can accommodate 80 persons. The barge is provided with 34 twin cabins and 2 junior suites lower deck and 11 twin cabins and 2 single us cabins above deck.

All cabins have a WiFi access to the Internet, an easy opening window, en-suite bathroom with shower & toilet, air conditioning satellite-TV and mini safe.

A great spot for relaxation is the large and partially roofed Sun Deck with sun loungers, chairs and tables & cycle shed.

Food and wine harmony is important on board. Following the wine region where the ship is mooring, we propose a regional wine pairing everyday.

On board, varied meals, prepared daily by the chef with fresh produce.

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Caprice

The 21-passenger CAPRICE is originally a classic Dutch cargo ship that has been converted to a passenger accommodation. On the lower deck are 11 comfortable cabins (8 twin bed, 2 double bed and 1 single bed), each with ample storage in closet and lower beds. All cabins are provided with private facilities.
The salon has comfortable upholstered seating and large picture windows, and is separated from the dining area by a bar. The dining area has lovely picture windows that let in light and allow you to see the countryside float by as you linger over your meal.
The upper deck of the Caprice has a two-tiered sundeck with tables, chairs and umbrellas.
The whole barge is airconditioned. The CAPRICE cruises in the region of Burgundy in France.

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Clair de Lune
In 1982 the barge was built into a passenger ship, first named ‘Steile Bank’ and ‘Summerjazz’. Since May 2014 we named the ship ‘Clair de Lune’.
Aboard there is a big and cozy salon with big windows for a perfect view. The barge is 34.15 meters long and 5.05 meters wide, which makes it possible to boat in France with its narrow locks.
Cabins:
3x cabins with a double bed
5x cabins with split level beds
1x single use cabin
All cabins are provided with private facilities, air conditioning, central heating, 220 voltage and windows that can be open.
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Estello

The ship L’ESTELLO, which name in Provencal means ‘star’, was originally build in 1937 in Holland as a cargo ship. In the eighties of the last century the ship was converted into a passenger’s ship and today again updated to today’s standard of comfort. The barge has got a spacious air conditioned lounge and bar area with comfortable sofas and arm chairs. This area is decorated in a tasteful nautical style. Like the living room the dining room also has large picture windows.

From the dining area French doors give access to the sundeck at the front of the ship, where you can be seated under the canopy to enjoy the fresh air.
L’ESTELLO offers 10 comfortable air-conditioned double cabins with lower beds with private facilities en-suite.

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Fleur

The Fleur started cruising in 2002. This small, yet very tasteful passenger barge with its sleek lines was built to fit the smaller locks and canals in France and has been cruising the French waters ever since. In 2018 Steffie Kranz and Evert Jan Muurling, will take over ownership. Steffie and Evert Jan have been in the business for more than 15 years. These years of experience and commitment are reflected in every detail and guarantee that your vacation will be a pleasant one.

Description of the cabins
On the lower deck, the Fleur has ten comfortable guest cabins (9 m² – 97 sq.ft.) with two separate single beds. Each cabin has a private shower, toilet and basin, central heating and air-conditioning; windows are fixed for safety reasons. Furthermore, in each cabin you will find a mini safe and hair dryer.

Description of the ship
On the upper deck, there is a lounge with large windows, a roomy sitting area, a dining area, a cozy bar, central heating and air-conditioning. Wi-Fi is available. On the upper deck you will also find the half-covered sun deck, which is the ideal place to drink a cup of coffee or an aperitif and to enjoy the scenery while cruising.

 

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Flora

The barge FLORA is provided with 10 twin cabins with level beds, washbasin and shower/toilet, and 1 twin cabin with bunk bed and washbasin with private facilities just outside the cabin have been constructed. The well upgraded ship is ready to receive new guests to sail along on the bike- & barge trips as well as group charters.

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Fluvius

For many years the river cruiser Fluvius has been a popular choice. On board of this charming ship, which caters for a maximum of 44 guests. Have a drink in the salon on the upper deck and enjoy your meal in the restaurant area. Or take a seat on the large sun deck if the weather allows it.

Description of the cabins
The Fluvius has eighteen twin cabins and four double cabins. On the upper deck, there are three standard twin cabins with two separate single beds and four double cabins with a double bed and a large panoramic window. On the lower deck you will find fourteen standard twin cabins and one smaller twin cabin, all of which have two separate single beds. On prior request, a child’s cot can be placed in two of the standard twin cabins

Each cabin has an en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and basin. All twin cabins have a fixed window, the panoramic window in the double cabins can be opened. Each cabin has an individually adjustable air-conditioning unit, a ventilation system, a flatscreen TV and a hair dryer.

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Gandalf

The Gandalf is a comfortable passenger ship with accommodation for 22 passengers. All double cabins have twin beds and shower/toilet. Two cabins are eah equipped for three guests. Amidships, you will find the cozy saloon with large windows all around. Outside, the very spacious deck is a pleasant place to be. A number of solar panels on the roof provide environmentally friendly and silent power.
The friendly and experienced skipper-owner Hans Petrus and his crew like to show you the most beautiful places along the waterways.

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Ibis

The IBIS is a special floating hotel accommodation, which is moved by means of a tug boat. This cozy and comfortable ‘raft hotel’ has 6 double cabins (9 m2) with lower beds and a bathroom with shower and toilet. Windows can be opened. The saloon and the restaurant area with bar are spacious and air conditioned. Seated in a deck chair, you may enjoy the warmth of the sun on the upper deck! Along the way you step aboard the support boat for an excursion through the reed lands!

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Jacob

For over many years the ‘tjalk’ JACOB, with skipper Teunis at the steeringwheel, is sailing the Dutch waterways. This ship can accomodate many guests and is “nicely priced”. It is also possible to book the ship for self catering. For groups from schools, youth clubs and families this ship is worth to sail with.

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Kapetan Jure

At 27 x 7 m the Kapetan Jure built in 2000, counts as one of the smallest ships of our Croatian fleet.

With an impressive 100 navigated tours she entered the Islandhopping history book. The fine detail etched into the wooden ship mirrors the seafaring affection of its captain. The spacious salon is decorated with shells, amphorae and showcases full of sailor’s knots.

At the bow a mermaid keeps watching for the safe navigation of the ship. The Kapetan Jure provides 15 cosy guest cabins each with
air conditioning, shower and WC. A spacious living room suite on the quarterdeck and a sundeck with cushioned sleeping mats play a part in contributing to the welcoming atmosphere.

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Lena Maria

This ship is so spacious that even when fully booked there’s room enough for everybody. The meals are being served in the dining room at the upper deck. You can also enjoy your drink at the sun deck. All 12 luxurious cabins on the LENA MARIA offer level beds and a beautiful sanitairy section. If you like to sail the luxurious way, this ship is the place to be.

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Linda

Captain Damir’s Linda is a spacious wooden motor yacht and was built in 1955 and renovated in 2004/05 to meet modern requirements. With 31 metres length and 6 metres width the MY Linda is one of the bigger ships in the Croatian fleet. The large saloon can accommodate 32 guests and the middle sundeck is constructed to serve meals also outside. The ship has 14 airconditioned cabins:
3 of the 4 cosy cabins below deck are equipped with twin beds and two portholes each. One has got a double bed and and a single bed above. On deck there are 10 double cabins. Four of the double cabins have a double bed. Six double cabins are equipped with twin beds. Each cabin has a private tiled bathroom (shower/toilet).
Captain Damir and his crew look forward to making your vacation unforgettable.

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Liza Marleen

The “Liza Marleen” is a luxury motor passenger barge, built in 1997-98 on the completely dismantled shell of a seafaring freight logger. This barge is ideally suited for trips on the wider waterways, like the Dutch Waddenzee, the IJsselmeer and the Zeeland Streams.

In addition to the wider waterways it can also be found cruising on the smaller inland waterways of the Netherlands and Belgium. The tastefully decorated lounge is equipped with an audio installation, television and video. In the evenings it is possible to come together in the spacious sitting area. Winter of 2015 on 2016 The Liza Marleen is converted to a more luxurious barge. There is limited WiFi on board.

 

Cabins:

  • 8 Twin cabins, in some cabins beds can be placed together
  • 2 Superior cabins for 2 or 3 pax (15 m²)

All cabins are provided with a private bathroom, central heating, soap, hairdryer.  There is limited storage space in the cabin

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Ms Provence

Passengers can relax after their biking day in the lounge, library, or on the sun deck. There is also one jacuzzi on the open sun deck. The bar and lounge have panoramic floor to ceiling windows. On board there also is fitness equipment. The picturesque villages and vineyards that make up the French countryside are best appreciated aboard a river ship that is as relaxed as the region itself. Once on board everyone immerses in the French art de vivre!

Cabins: 23 twin cabins + 3x single cabins

All cabins are provided with private bathroom, air conditioning, central heating, 220 volt, flat screen TV, radio, WI-FI, hair dryer and storage space

Cabin Types:

Soleil Suite (lower deck):

· Cabins with large portholes which do not open
· Cabins are 210 ft²/ 19,5 m²
· Located on the bottom passenger deck, two decks below the Sun Deck and one deck below the bar, lounge, and dining room, near the stairs and underneath the bar

Lavender Suite (lower deck):

· Cabins with large portholes which do not open
· Cabins are 215 ft²/ 20 m²
· Located on the bottom passenger deck, two decks below the Sun Deck and one deck below the restaurant and lounge

Imperial Suite (Main deck):

· Cabins with sliding doors to a balcony and full river views
· Located on the highest deck with passenger cabins, one deck below the sun deck, and on the same deck as the restaurant and lounge
· Cabins are 210 ft²/ 19,5 m² plus balcony
· Sofa and balcony chairs

Single Suite (lower deck):

· Cabins with a porthole which does not open
· Cabins are 170 ft²/ 15,5 m²
· Located on the bottom passenger deck, two decks below the Sun Deck and one deck below the bar, lounge, and dining room, near the stairs and underneath the bar
· Single bed

 

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Sarah

This ship started to sail with passengers in the year 2002. This modern ship is spacious and furnished in a tasteful way. The living has a comfortable sitting corner and a little ship’s bar. All cabins have level beds and private facilities. On deck one finds several nice sittings, but still enough space for sun bathing is available.

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Thalassa

Thalassa is a beautiful three mast motor sailor where elegance and comfort combined result in one of the most majestic ships of our fleet. The tall masts make the Thalassa an eye catcher in every harbor.

The saloon and the cabins are spacious and the wood finish give a noble touch. The vast deck provides plenty of comfortable sitting areas with tables and chairs available in the shade and sunning mats on the sundeck. Fitted ideally for maximum relaxation during the crossings from island to island.

The crew spoil their guests at mealtimes with a delicious selection of local specialties prepared in the ships own galley. No wonder that the favorite sound of our guests is the ringing of the mealtime bell!

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Vita Pugna

The VITA PUGNA, is the name of the 36 metres long, 5.4 metre wide Dutch boat, now sailing the Italian waterways. The 11 cabins can accommodate up to 21 people. Each cabin has low twin beds and private bathroom with shower. It also has a restaurant and there is a spacious outside deck for relaxation, where your bikes are also parked.

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Waterland

For a wonderful sailing trip you can try the ship WATERLAND. This cosy passenger ship is ideal for group bookings, but the crew also welcomes the individual traveller. The informal atmosphere aboard makes everybody feels at home quickly. The living has a small bar, at the sun deck all passengers can be seated.

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Wending

The Wending has a roomy and cosy saloon, equipped with a complete music installation. After a strenuous bike ride it is a great place to relax. An extensive range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks is available for the ”après de velo”. Outside there is a sun deck/a deck for the bicycles. The crew consists of a skipper, a cook and a sailor/hostess. There is limited WiFi on board.

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Zebra

The ZEBRA was built in 1955 in Rotterdam. The first years of her life she was sailing as a cargo ship.
In 1987, after being totally rebuilt, she started a new life as a passenger ship.
The ZEBRA has a spacious saloon and also a spacious sundeck.
Underdeck you find 12 cabins, 11 for 2 persons an 1 for 4 persons.
Each cabin is equipped with own toilet and shower an has bunk beds. The whole ship has central heating.

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Zwaan

The Zwaan is known for the high quality of the meals and the friendly atmosphere on board. The crew consists of the captain, chef and hostess for 14 guests. Weather permitting dinners can be served on the sundeck. Since 2019 the Zwaan is equipped with air-conditioning in all cabins. There is limited WiFi on board.

Cabins:

  • 2 Luxury double cabins (separate seating)
  • 1 Twin cabin (beds can be placed together, small desk between the beds)
  • 3 Twin cabins (beds fixed on the floor, small desk between the beds)
  • 1 Front double cabin (smaller cabin in the front of the barge, accessible via steep stairs)

All cabins are provided with air conditioning, private bathroom, central heating and portholes that open

 

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Zwaantje

The Zwaantje (little Swan) is a new built passenger barge. Since September 2014, the „Zwaantje“ has new owners and operators: Martijn van Tatenhove and Marjorie Kersten, who have experience as operators of a passenger barge for many years. Martijn is your captain on board; he grew up in a family in the hotel and restaurant business and is also a licensed chef. Marjorie graduated in Tourism at the Breda High School and has been working in public relations. The sympathetic and very motivated couple have restyled the interior of the “Zwaantje” in winter 2014-2015 and have created a warm and cozy atmosphere. The Zwaantje sails under Dutch flag and management and is a very popular small river barge on several tours in The Netherlands, Belgium and France.

Description of the cabins
On the lower deck, the Zwaantje has twelve comfortable guest cabins. Ten twins (7 m² – 75 sq.ft.) with two separate single beds and two doubles (6 m² – 65 sq.ft.) with one double bed. Each cabin has a private shower, toilet and basin. All cabins have ventilation, central heating, air-conditioning and a window; the windows in the doubles can be opened, the windows in the twins are fixed for safety reasons. Furthermore, in each cabin you will find a mini safe and hair dryer.

Description of the ship
On the upper deck you will find the nice and cozy salon with heating, air conditioning, large panoramic windows, a restaurant area, lounge corner and a small bar. Wi-Fi is available. The Zwaantje also has a very spacious sun deck with chairs and tables where you can relax, enjoy the scenery while sailing or join the skipper in the wheel house.

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