82ft "Hope Blessing" Gulet Boat Charter in Amsterdam, North Holland
Enjoy Amsterdam, North Holland onboard 82ft "Lady Johanna" Gulet Boat for up to 12 people. Charter for as low as €64 per hour (minimum 8 hours). Rates: Weekdays: ● Six guests: €300 ● Eight guests: €385 ● Ten guests: €460 ● 12 guests: €510 Weekend: ● Six guests: €340 ● Eight guests: €425 ● Ten guests: €500 ● 12 guests: €550 What To Expect Onboard: Because of the robust forms and huge sea this ship sails next to the Interior, ideally suited for sailing coastal waterways and the Baltic Sea. In 2007, the ship was acquired by the current owner and had a permanent berth in Durgerdam, Rural North Amsterdam. Still equipped with a Volvo Penta 153 hp, over 200m2 sail area, great comfort and space for 12 guests. For anyone who just wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of the day and would defy adventures, and personal development. On a comfortable ship the influences of nature. You have access to a spacious, cozy living room, tv / DVD / audio system. Open kitchen with plenty of amenities, microwave, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. Kitchenware is Sufficiently available.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 12 guests
Built under the name "Hope Blessing" in Gaastmeer vd Werf at the firm in 1906. The name of the first skipper is unknown, but the second owner was Mr A. Schokker from Gaastmeer. The sailing was primarily the Zuiderzee and the Baltic Sea. Before World War II (1930), the ship sailed with a pusher (30hp Kromout). During the war she was requisitioned by the Germans after the war found at Soup Kitchen. The vessel was then refurbished, motorized (Klockner Deutz 116 hp and Reintjes gearbox), extended 11 meters and passed to a new owner (unknown). The ship also has served in the fishery as haler. There lived in the cabin and aft and family with 5 children. The ship probably until 1956 with freight dangers mainly by the Netherlands but also by sea to Scandinavia. After that there is nothing known about until 1980, since which time she was lying in a yard that wanted to refurbish the charter market. This did not succeed, but it does have done a lot of steelwork, including shortened to the original size, a new deck, cabin, mast tube and converted to live. In about 1990 it was sold to Mr N. de Nijs from Den Helder, who intimmering by Ship Repair Friesland has to take care of. The penultimate owners bought the boat from him in 1997, and moved to the Old Port of Rotterdam. It's got a new mast and engine (Volvo Penta 153 hp and Looman coupling) received.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Wheel steering
- CD Player
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.