Types of sailing ships of Rederij Vooruit

Rederij Vooruit has a large number of different types of sailing ships in its fleet.
Hoist the sails with Rederij Vooruit and discover the Wadden Sea, the IJsselmeer and the Frisian Lakes with an authentic sailing ship!

Our skippers and crew proudly take you aboard for unforgettable sailing trips, such as a day trip, weekend sailing, midweek sailing or week sailing.

How you wish to spend your stay or wherever you want to sail is completely up to you; every sailing trip starts with a briefing by the skipper, in which you plan a course for the vacation together.
We have also put together great sailing deals for trips to events, for example Oerol, the Brandarisrace or Fjoertoer.

Brown fleet

Under the heading brown fleet, there is still intensive sailing with traditional ships. The brown fleet is the designation for professional charter sailing with traditional sailing ships and motor ships in the Netherlands, which were formerly known as cargo ships. Today, many owners have extensively renovated their ship and equipped the interior with living space, rooms and a kitchen. In most cases, the ships are also equipped with toilets and showers, which means that the use of sanitary facilities does not require mooring.

Traditional ships are often affiliated with a shipping company, to serve in pleasure boating or to live as a houseboat.

More information

Rederij Vooruit has the right ship for every occasion. Whether you want to organize a unique family day, sail to the Wadden Islands or are looking for an ideal location for a corporate event.

Our fleet consist of over 35 traditional sailing vessels, such as wooden clippers, skûtsjes and barges.
The smallest ship offer comfortable cabins for a maximum of 12 guests, while our largest boats have room for no less than 37 persons. On day trips, it is even possible to board with up to 60 guests.

We promise you an unforgettable sailing trip on the Wadden Sea, Lake IJssel or the Frisian Lakes!

Contact

Would you like to go sailing, but still have any questions?
Simply contact us for more information.