The Ambulant is a klipper that was built in 1904.
After renovations, the ship has been used as a sailing passengership for trips on the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer.
A holiday with the Ambulant is adventurous with active sailing being one of the key ingredients.
It is a ship that makes you feel at home the moment you set foot aboard. Sailing trips with the Ambulant will guarantee that you have a relaxed yet active outdoor vacation.
Skipper Jouke van der Meulen definitely knows the best spots at sea and the most beautiful places ashore.
His specialty? Frying and serving up freshly caught fish, something he does regularly to great pleasure of his guests.
Aboard the Ambulant
The light and modern day room is equipped with a radio, a cd-player, a tv (on request), an extensive library and games. It is tastefully furnished with long tables, a comfortable seating area and cozy lighting. Whenever it is too cold inside there’s central heating aboard to make sure there is a pleasant temperature below deck.
The guest accommodation has a floor area of 96 square meters, and is divided into seven double cabins and three four-person cabins. All ship cabins have their own sink with running water, central heating, a reading light and sufficient storage. Also showers and toilets are available for your convenience.
The galley is well equipped with all necessary kitchen appliances including a 6 burner stove, an oven, a fridge (200 liters), a freezer (50 liters) and two sinks. A wide range of assorted pots and pans, cutlery, crockery and glasses is at your disposal, so you can prepare your own meals after a nice, long day on the water.
The crew speaks German, English and Dutch.
The home port of the Ambulant is Harlingen.