fun since ’85
fun since ’85
The Wadden Sea, with its constant cycle of ebb and flow, has been our dry land for many years. Since 2009 the Wadden Sea area is a World Heritage Site. Because of this UNESCO-status, the Wadden are now in the same list as other beautiful nature areas such as the Grand Canyon in America and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The Wadden Sea region is therefore a unique place for mudflat hiking and tidal flat walking!
During a day trip drying up and walking across the mud flats, the skipper and sailor will select the most beautiful drying up spot. You can discover the treasures of the bottom on your own and of course the skipper will show you the way. Wadlopen and dry fall you must have done, this is so breathtakingly beautiful!
Sailing to the place where the mudflats fall dry, seeing the water disappear, walking on the seabed, seeing the water return around bubbling time, having dinner with 30 centimetres of water under the ship and sailing back to Harlingen. If the tide and weather conditions are favourable, it is possible to sail a little, but the focus is on experiencing a unique dry fall experience. During the trip there will be coffee and tea and a nice lunch and a hot meal will be prepared.
Saturday 11 June FULLY BOOKED
Sunday 12 June – FULLY BOOKED
Saturday 25 June – FULLY BOOKED
Sunday 26 June Last spots
Tuesday 9 August
Wednesday 10 August FULLY BOOKED
Wednesday 24 August
Thursday 25 August
From 09.00 to 20.00 hrs.
Adult €. 125,-
Child up to 12 years €. 85,-
Including coffee/tea, lunch, appetisers, meal and dessert.
Soft and alcoholic drinks can be bought on board at a charge.
Walking the mud flats and falling dry is a unique experience in the beautiful surroundings of Harlingen and the Wadden area. If you have any questions about this daytrip, you can always contact us. We can tell you everything about walking across the mud flats and falling dry.
For walking across the mud flats and falling dry with “Historische zeilvaart” the following applies: maximum 8 participants per group.