Les Six Frères

Ocean of Light
4 guests 2 beds 50 m2

When you’re about to board the Les Six Frères (‘The Six Brothers’ in French) you can’t possibly imagine the world that’s about to unfold. Where the exterior is somewhat boring compared to our other outspoken vessels (sorry brothers), the interior is surprisingly spacious, modern and light. If we go by the name the vessel could easily take in six men, but we’d say it’s just perfect when traveling with a group of four. The wheelhouse has to be mentioned; with its all-around windows and comfy pillows it’s the perfect hide-away.

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Drift-away love nest
2 guests 1 bed 25m2

If there would be an Oscar for Best Floating Love Nest our Anneliese would definitely be doing a yearly thank-you-speech for the decades to come. Trust us, if you’re looking for something extraordinary for just the two of you, look no further. First of all, there’s the exterior. Between all the industrial steel and rough concrete, the pointy baby-blue derrière of Anneliese truly sticks out. Once below deck you step into your own romantic bubble. Your double bed is located in the spacious and clear white wooden forepeak with natural skylight, while in the bathtub you look straight into the massive engine room. We can go on forever, but no one can convince you better than Anneliese herself. She’s waiting for you.

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De Amsterdam

The capitol of ships
6 guests 5 beds 60m2

This so called ‘Tjalk’ combines 17th century local craftsmanship with modern-day comfort. While having your breakfast in the light and airy living room it’s hard to imagine you’re in a structure built for transport. On the other hand, the shiny wooden interior will definitely not remind you of home (or any ordinary hotel room). It’s truly a wonderful mix of industrial heritage and metropolitan design.

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De La Soul

Set course for the unexpected
6 guests 3 beds 65m2

If you are the impressing type of traveler De La Soul is your ship without a doubt. First of all, the ship is big, spacious, airy and light. The panoramic views from the wheelhouse annex kitchen annex living room will probably never make you leave the boat. Strangely, that’s not even the highlight: De La Soul features a red velvet cinema! Obviously, this multi-media heaven comes with a huge screen, amazing sounds and comfy daybeds, but our favorite gadget, useless as it may be, are the remote controlled red curtains! Now tell us honestly, what could possibly stop you from entering this ship?

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Holland VII

Only the braves embark
6 guests 6 beds 80m2

Who truly believes size doesn’t matter? The Holland VII is the biggest and toughest of our fleet. Embarking is for the brave ones, the explorers, the hero’s… Yes. We are exaggerating. This ‘Haringlogger’ has been fully renovated to offer all the comfort you need. Nevertheless, we have left quite a bit of rough industrial steel for you to get carried away. Just like us.

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Have yourself a nautical embrace
4 guests 2 beds 30m2

Sorry UK blokes, the UK85 doesn’t have any link to your kingdom. To the contrary, the oh so Dutch UK85 was not even designed to make it across the sea. On our wharf, and in Dutch fishing tradition, UK refers to the harbor village of Urk. Once a small island in the former Zuiderzee, now swallowed by a polder called Flevoland, Urk still hosts the biggest fishing fleet of the Netherlands. What the UK85 might lack in seaworthiness it totally makes up for in coziness. The boat has a really authentic feel to it. When below decks the original wooden interior, with inspiring Bohemian touches from the 70’s, immediately embraces you like a warm winter coat. The two separate bedrooms make this the ideal ship when traveling with children. If you’re comfortable with living in a small and adventurous boat this is the boat for you!

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