Welcome aboard

When you arrive, you will be served a cup of coffee or tea in our welcoming reception area, where we can get to know each other.

If you like, we can advise you about possible sailing routes.

Sail through beautiful villages

Luggage on board

After our cup of coffee, it is time to get to your yacht. The motor yachts are located in spacious sheds which have side jetties along their entire length. We have luggage trolleys available to help you get your luggage on board.

As soon as you have brought your luggage on board, you will be given detailed technical instructions and you will be given the chance to briefly try the boat, along with the rest of the crew, so that you can familiarise yourself with your 'private motor yacht'.


Our vessels are fully furnished for a pleasant stay on board. The kitchen inventory is geared to the number of persons for which the vessel is rated. Moreover, the vessel carries various cleaning and safety supplies, such as a first-aid kit and a distress signals package. You will be provided with a comprehensive inventory for the yacht you are renting when you make your reservation.

View a comprehensive inventory here


Extras for rent

To make your trip even more comfortable, you can rent some extras. To ensure availability, it is best to book these extras in advance. 


You may want to rent a handy dinghy with an outboard motor. You can use this dinghy to visit places which are inaccessible for large boats, for example the Frisian town of Hindeloopen, which is on the route of the Eleven City Tour. You could also explore the narrow waterways of the Eernewoude nature reserve or the Weerribben. Such trips are, of course, great fun for kids!


If you do not want to sail all the time, you may be interested in renting some of our folding bicycles. These are ideal, particularly in Friesland, where there are many 'transfer points' from the waterway to the cycle path networks. A bike is also handy for shopping or for fetching fresh rolls from the local bakery in the mornings.

Household linen

Bed linen is not included on our yachts. You can bring your own duvets or sleeping bags, or you can rent duvets (€ 8 per person). You can also rent bed linen sets, consisting of a duvet, sheet, duvet cover and pillowcase (€ 18,50 per person). Pillows are standard on board. However, you must bring your own bath towels and kitchen towels (or rent some).




Prices are per piece, per week, and if available

  • Folding bicycle € 19,50
  • A dinghy with outboard motor € 175 per week***
  • Life jacket €5,00
  • Bed linen (with duvet) € 18,00*
  • Duvet € 8,00
  • Fishing license € 10,00 per week p.p.
  • Wadden Sea/IJsselmeer package € 45,00**
  • Dog on board € 45,00 per dog
  • Towel set (3 pieces) € 10,00
  • Kitchen towels (3 pieces) € 6,00
  • Skipper training € 85,00 per hour****
  • Water map of Friesland € 9,95
  • Parking outside: € 5 per day / € 25 per week
  • Indoor parking: € 15 per dag / € 75 per week

*Consisting of duvet, sheet, duvet cover and pillowcase. Pillows are standard on board.

**If you are an experienced skipper, it is possible to sail the so-called Zone II waters with our boats, such as the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer. You can only sail the Zone II waters with our permission, after you have proven to us that you are in fact an experienced skipper. Life jackets are mandatory on Zone II waters. The package consits of hydrographic maps, a compass, an emergency signal, a tidal atlas and binoculars. More information can be found in our terms and conditions.

***Additional fuel costs for a dinghy are €20.

****By appointment. For inexperienced skippers the minimum duration is 1 hour.



You can bring your dog on board some of our yachts, after consulting with us. Additional cost for bringing your dog are €45. 

Blackwater tanks

Since January 2009, pleasure craft are no longer allowed to discharge toilet waste into the surface water. For more than 25 years already, our boats have been equipped with waste water tanks, a move our customers have greatly appreciated.

If marinas have more than 50 mooring places, they are obliged to have at least one waste water extraction unit. You will find a list of these facilities on board our vessels. A waste water extraction unit is also available in our marina, meaning that, when you return from your trip, you can empty the waste water tank while refuelling.

Blackwater tank