fun since ’85
fun since ’85
MUDFLATS AND DRYING OUT ON WORLD HERITAGE
The Wadden Sea, with its continuous cycle of ebb and flow, has been our drought area for many years. Since 2009 the Wadden Sea area has been a World Heritage Site. Because of this UNESCO status, the Wadden Sea is now in the same row as other beautiful natural areas such as the Grand Canyon in America and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The Wadden Sea area is therefore a unique place for mudflat walking and dry fall!
WHAT DOES A DAYTRIP LOOK LIKE WHILE WADING AROUND THE MUDFLATS AND FALLING DRY?
The skipper and sailor select the most beautiful place to dry out during a daytrip. You can discover the treasures of the soil on your own and of course the skipper will also be able to show you around. Wadlopen en droogvallen must have been done; this is so breathtakingly beautiful!
Navigate to the right spot, seeing the water disappear, walking on the mudflats, seeing the water return around, dining with 30 centimetres of water under the ship and sailing back to Harlingen. If the tide and weather conditions are good, a bit of sailing is still possible, but the focus is on experiencing a unique mudflat daytrip experience. During the voyage there will be coffee and tea and a delicious lunch and a hot meal will be prepared.
Wednesday 21 July
Thursday 22 July
Thursday 19 August
Friday 20 August
Saturday 21 August
Friday 3 September: fully booked
Saturday 4 September
Sunday 5 September
From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Adult €. 105,-
Child up to 12 years €. 75,-
Includes coffee/tea, lunch and meal.
Refreshments and alcoholic beverages can be purchased on board for a fee.
For tidal flats and drying out at Historic Sailing: maximum registration is 8 persons per group.