Description

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?

Year: 1954
Type: Cutter
Size: 22×5 meters
Max. Guests: 6
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 3
Beds
One king size bed (180 x 220) in the forepeak
One double bed (140×200) in a separate bedroom
One double bed (140×200) in a separate bedroom

History

De La Soul was originally built as UK15 Grietje. Two brothers of the Bakker family financed the construction that has been carried out by the NDSM wharf approximately a nautical mile west from where the ship is docked today. De La Soul is a sea going kotter (cutter) designed to catch fish in the former Zuiderzee and the coastal areas of the North Sea. The letters UK refer to the famous Dutch fishing village Urk. Once an island in the former Zuiderzee, and now part of a polder called Flevoland. Still today Urk has the biggest fishing fleet of the Netherlands.

Amenities

Free Wifi
Non-Smoking
Bath or Shower
Kitchenette
(No cooking)
Free Parking
(Limited)
Family Room
Towels & Linen
Coffee & Tea
(Limited)
Lake View
Private Entrance
Hair & Body Products
Personal Check-in

Location

Questions?