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Enjoy a slow life cruiser for inland waterways of the Netherlands! Charter the Delphia Escape 1050 Motor Yacht for up to 6 people. Rates as low as €1,190 per week. Rates: • Weekly: From €1,190 to €1,590 Rates may vary base on season booked. Inquire for exact rates and availability. What To Expect Onboard: The Delphia Escape 1050 is ideal for a slow life cruising. The boat features outstanding nautical properties yet able to boast low costs of ownership, low fuel consumption and price for a boat of this class. Specification • Make: Delphia Escape 1050 • Length: 10.55 m • Width: 3.50 m • Capacity: 2-6 people • Water Capacity: 200 liters • Fuel Capacity: 200 liters • Engine: 54 pk • Departure: Flevostrand / Harderwijk If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
We are centrally located in the Netherlands. Nearly all country’s water sports areas can be reached within two hours by boat. All of our employees feel personally involved in our enterprise. You will be well advised aboard, and we will accompany you if this might be necessary. You don’t need a navigation license once we’ve instructed you, you will be safe and confident at the steering wheel.
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Flevostrand - Departure: Friday from 16:00 PM - Arrival: Friday until 10:00 PM The most important sailing rules Different priority rules apply on the water than on the road. • If you sail starboard (on the right), you have priority over ships that do not. • Small ships (up to 20 meters in length) must give priority to large ships (longer than 20 meters). However, tugs and pushers, ferries, passenger ships and fishing vessels always have the rights of 'large', even if they are shorter than 20 meters. • A small motor boat (up to 20 meters) must give priority to a small sailing ship (up to 20 meters) or a rowing boat, if their courses cross each other and none of the ships sail starboard. In this situation, a large motor boat must give priority to a large sailing ship. In this situation, a rowing boat must give priority to a small sailing ship. • The following applies to small motor vessels: the ship approaching from starboard takes precedence. • A small sailing ship with the sail over port has priority over a small sailing ship with the sail over starboard. If they sail with the sail across the same side, then windwardly makes way for lee, or: the ship that sails the highest wind has priority. • Anyone who enters a main waterway from a secondary waterway may not hinder other waterway users. You must then give priority to all ships on the main waterway. And a number of rules that have a lot to do with common sense: • Do not suddenly change course. • Do not anchor at bridges and locks. • Keep the center of the water free. • Practice starting your engine quickly. • Always consider the blind spot on professional ships. • Check your fuel level daily. • Being a helmsman and drinking alcohol do not go together!