Cozy classic sailing ship Liz - Sleeps 12
Sail the waves of the Wadden and IJsselmeer with this wonderful Tjalk. Departs from Amsterdam or Muiden
- Departs from: Amsterdam or Muiden
- Type and length: Tjalk, 24,8 m, 5,1 m
- Capacity day trips: 35
- Nr of beds: 12
- Sailing area: IJsselmeer
It’s possible to both book a day trip or multiple day sailing trip. If you choose to book a day trip this boat has a capacity of 30/35 people. When booking a multiple day cruise the capacity is 12. The departure port for this ship is either Amsterdam or Muiden. This can be discussed with the captain of the ship. You will be sailing in the region IJsselmeer. A captain will steer the ship, so no sailing experience is required.
The Liz is a historic sailing vessel from 1902. Don’t let her age deceive you, she is equipped with all modern conveniences. The ship is equipped and furnished with an eye for detail and quality.
Layout of the ship
Standing on the deck you will feel like a real seaman or -woman for sure. There is lots of space to sit back and relax, enjoy an amazing time with your beloved ones while you sail the waves. Being outside when sailing is just splendid, but there are more great places aboard.
Just descend and enter the main room below deck. Here you will find beautiful paneling, mahogany tables, copper lamps and atmospheric sitting areas. Making this ship one worth visiting. You will also find an extensive kitchen here with a 6-pit stove, two refrigerators, sink and a bar with a beer tap.
The former deckhouse has been converted, creating more space. From here you get an amazing view of the ship and the waters. Standing here will make you feel like a captain, being close to the helm. Here you can see the skipper in action. Experiencing what sailing is really about firsthand.
Immediately adjacent to the deckhouse is a sheltered, comfortable seat from which you can overlook the wooden deck and the activities that take place there. Although participating is always more fun than watching, right? All this makes this ship an unique experience you won’t soon forget about.
The six double cabins offer a lot of privacy. These are all equipped with a sink, running water, a central heating and a mirror. In the front of the ship there are also two spacious, tiled, toilets with an electric flushing mechanism and two wonderful showers.
Destinations of the Liz
With this ship you can go sailing both on the Wadden and the IJsselmeer. Let's take a closer look to both these great destinations.
The Wadden region is located between the Wadden islands and mainland Netherlands and Germany. It has been placed on UNESCO World Heritage because of it's unique character, with large parts falling dry at low tide. The area stretches over 12.000 km2; enough space to enjoy! The Wadden region is also an important fishing spot as well as a great recreational area.
The IJsselmeer was created when the Afsluitdijk was completed on 28th of may 1932. This huge artificial lake is called after the river 'IJssel' which ends in the lake. The area stretches over 1133 km2;. It’s a good place to enjoy the waters without going too far from land.
Rates and availability
Prices are dependent on the requirements of your party. Therefore we kindly ask to fill out the enquiry form on the right side of this page and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Number of single beds: 12
Heating / Cooling
Swimminig / Watersports
How to get there
Muiden is a great town just 10 kilometers away from Amsterdam. There is a trainstation in Weesp about 3 kilomters away from the port. You are closing to Schiphol Airport so if you're flying in you need not worry.
About the area
Muiden is a great town just 10 kilometers away from Amsterdam. A few things you can do while in Muiden:
VIsit the Muiderslot is a castle in North-Holland Muiden, it was built in 1296, restored in 1370 and has been a Rijksmonument since 1878. It has a rich history. There are tours definitely worth checking out.
Amsterdam, of course you have to visit Amsterdam your just 20 minutes away from the city centre. Amsterdam with its beautiful canals and houseboats and of course lots of tourist attractions.
On the Herengracht you can also find the Roman Catholic Saint Nicholas Church from 1822; a design by architect Tieleman Franciscus Suys. Church building and religious community are part of the Living Water parish in Weesp, Muiden and Muiderberg.
The Grote- or Sint-Nicolaaskerk is a Gothic building in use by the local Protestant community. The tower is of a late Romanesque style. Every evening at 9 pm the clock in the tower rings; this has been a practice from the time that Muiden had city gates.
2 Reviews - Cozy classic sailing ship Liz - Sleeps 12
John - England
Me and my family loved sailing on this historic ship. The ship is a pleasure to stay on and Leon is a great skipper. Thank you for everything!
Thank you so much for your hospitality Leon, the ship was everything we had hoped for. Hope to be back soon!