Iselmar

About the Iselmar

The monumental clipper Iselmar was built in the year 1902.

She served as a sailing cargo vessel until 1935, after which she was fitted with a motor and went on to transport cargo until 1990.
A final remodelling saw her transformed into the modern charter ship that sails the Wadden Sea and Lake IJssel today.

The best part of clipper Iselmar?
You can even get married aboard!

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Sailboat Iselmar dried out on a sandbank - Rederij Vooruit 2

Aboard the Iselmar

The upper deck of the Iselmar is outlined by a high railing and spacious gangways.
Furthermore, a cosy seating area invites you to sit back and relax and offers great views over the sea from every corner.

Below deck, the elegant day room supplies you with sorts of entertainment, such as a stereo set, a cd-player, books and a lot of games.
Whenever it is too cold inside, the central heating will make sure there is a pleasant temperature below deck.
This makes the Averechts an excellent choice for off-season sailing trips through the ever changing Dutch landscape.

All cabins have their own sink with hot and cold running water, central heating, a small reading light and sufficient storage space for your bags and belongings.

The kitchen provides everything you need to make your own meals during the trip.
Here a large stove, an oven, a fridge, a freezer unit, 2 sinks and a coffee machine are at your disposal, as well as an assorted range of pots, pans, plates, cutlery and glasses.
To really get the party started, have a beer from the tap!

Finally, the Iselmar offers on board sanitary facilities of 4 toilets and 3 showers.

Wedding on board the Iselmar

Two of our ships are official wedding locations.
With the Koh-I-Noor being the one ship, the Iselmar welcomes you to get married aboard as well.

From the ceremony on deck to a Champagne toast afterwards, Rederij Vooruit will happily make it a day to remember.

Additional information

  • home port Harlingen
  • the crew speaks Dutch, English and German
  • official wedding location
  • barbecue

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Weekend € 4,300.00
Short Weekend € 3,900.00
Daytrip € 2,400.00
Midweek € 5,975.00
Week € 8,540.00
3 Holidays € 5,440.00
4 Holidays € 6,210.00

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Properties Iselmar

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Type Ship Clipper
Capacity 60 persons (day trip)
34-37 berths
Length 38.00 meter
Width 6.11 meter
Sail Surface 400.00 m²
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Extra information about the Iselmar

Port Harlingen The majority of our sailing ships set out from our home port Harlingen. Located right near the beautiful Wadden Sea, port Harlingen is the best place to start your sailing trip. With the Afsluitdijk closeby, Lake IJssel and the Frisian Lakes are easily reached as well. Step aboard our traditional ships and explore the Netherlands! Port Harlingen is the most important harbour of the province of Friesland. Around the year 1157, the monks of monastery Ludingakerke in the small village of Almenum decided to dig canals to improve the looming trade by water. This smart piece of landscaping made Ludingakerke one of the wealthiest monasteries of Friesland, which turned out to be most profitable for the nearby township of Harlinga. In 1234, Harlingen gained its city rights and 1644 saw the Dutch Admiralty move from Dokkum to the blooming Frisian harbour. Craftsmanship and industry formed the city’s main…

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Sailing weekend Head out for a sailing weekend on a traditional ship from Rederij Vooruit! Explore the undeniable beauty of the Wadden Sea, Lake IJssel and the Frisian Lakes, with friends, family or even the company. Short weekend Friday 5 PM to Saturday 5 PM. Saturday 5 PM to Saturday 5 PM. Sailing weekend Friday 8 PM to Sunday 5 PM. Suggestions for a sailing weekend Sailing weekend from Harlingen You board the ship on either Friday evening or Saturday morning. On Saturday, we set sail around 10 AM and turn the helm towards Terschelling. On our way to the island, the skipper will sail the ship as close as possible along the sand bank between Vlieland and Terschelling, where a group of 50 to 70 seals can be seen relaxing on the banks. Saturday evening calls for a night out in one of the many bars on the island,…

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