Noordvaarder

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About the Noordvaarder

The sturdy clipper Noordvaarder first touched water in 1909, initially built as a cargo vessel.

To keep up with time, 1945 saw her fitted with a motor.
In 1986, she regained her original look by getting back her two masts and a 2010 overhaul turned her into the luxurious charter ship.
A final renovation in 2017 replaced all sanitary facilities and gave the kitchen a brand new update.

Step aboard this fantastic ship and explore the Netherlands with a traditional ship.
Michael and Elske will happily show you the wonderful world of the Wadden Sea and Lake IJssel!

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Aboard the Noordvaarder

A high railing surrounds the deck and wide gangways make it a safe ship for those travelling with small children.
The spacious deck welcomes all to sit down and enjoy the spectacular Dutch scenery.

Below deck, a tasteful day room provides you with a radio, a music box, Bluetooth-connection, games and many books to choose from.
Whenever days get too cold or off-season sailing has your preference, you can turn up the central heating for a pleasant temperature inside.

All cabins have a private sink with cold running water, 220V, a reading light and storage space for your bags and belongings.
A little port hole can be opened when needed and central heating keeps the bedroom nice and warm.

The ship’s kitchen is equipped with everything you need to serve up your own snacks and meals.
Here, a 6 burner stove, an oven, 2 large fridges, a freezer unit and a coffee machine are available for use.
Also cooking utensils such as pots, pans, plates, cutlery and glasses are at your disposal.
The Noordvaarder even has a beer tap installed, so can treat yourself to a cold drink after a great day of sailing!

To that, you will find 2 toilets as well as 2 showers on board.

Additional information

  • home port Harlingen
  • the crew speaks Dutch, English and German
  • television on request
  • on board (gas)barbecue

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Weekend € 3,000.00
Short Weekend € 2,540.00
Daytrip € 1,700.00
Midweek € 4,230.00
Week € 6,100.00
3 Holidays € 4,110.00
4 Holidays € 4,670.00

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Properties Noordvaarder

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Type Ship Clipper
Capacity 35 persons (day trip)
26 berths
Length 31.00 meter
Width 5.30 meter
Sail Surface 300.00 m²
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Extra information about the Noordvaarder

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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