Saloon boot Amsterdam Farahilde

Saloon boat Amsterdam Farahilde

Classic Notarisboot Farahilde (1908)
Nicolaas Witsen shipyard, steel hull,
New build quality teak.

The saloon boat Farahilde has teak slatted benches, neat leather cushions and teak backrests. The canal boat has a fixed sun and rain cover, solid teak windows and an electric motor.

The notary boat was sailed by the doctor from Leiden, who used it to visit patients, and after that cruised the waterways of North Holland. From 2001 to 2013, the boat was completely restored by John Koen, artist and philosopher living at Shipyard Vooruit in Zaandam.

The Farahilde is a Historical Heritage Afloat canal boat, environmentally friendly, and a beautiful addition to the Amsterdam canals.

1-10 passengers ( up to 12 passengers with children).
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Saloon boat Amsterdam Welmoed

Saloon boat Amsterdam Welmoed

Classic saloon cruiser Welmoed (1932) was built by Van der Werff in Drachten Friesland. The first owner of the saloon boat was The Sailing Doctor From The North, from Leeuwarden. In the late 20th century the boat came to Amsterdam. In 2014 the Welmoed was completely renovated by the present owners Reinhard Spronk & Miloe Bodegraven. The saloon boat Welmoed is completely electrically powered and has an oak floor, fireplace and leather upholstery. It is built from steel and mahogany and is suitable for 1 to 12 passengers.

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