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- Max. number of guests day trip: 25
- Max. number of guests overnight: 16
- Max. number of guests catering: 16
- Port of embarkation...: Enkhuizen, other ports after consultation
- Sailing Areas: IJsselmeer, Frisian Sea, frisian lakes
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This ship was built in 1876 with the goal of sailing upstream, upriver and fast. Extensive remodeling made it into the current unique, atmospheric ship that got a fitting name: La Bohème. As soon as you embark, you’ll notice the owners have paid lots of attention to comfort, detail and the sailing properties of the ship. Because of the shape and size of La Bohème, you’ll feel at ease at any given time, making the ship suitable for young and old alike. De staybarge La Bohème is a luxurious classic providing modern day comfort.
There is a saloon with an extensive open kitchen, featuring a dishwasher, large fridge, freezer and a beer tap. The huts below deck are completely decorated and have hot and cold tapwater.
The deck hold is spacious and made of teak, with soft pillows and warm fleece blankets, so you can relax and enjoy the sailing trip in comfort.
Keeping it green, La Bohème has been fitted with solar energy panels to charge the ship’s batteries. LED lighting has replaced the ship’s more traditional light sources. Sailing is, in and of itself, a transport that uses wind energy, but with these measures a trip on La Bohème is even more environment-friendly.
Once cast off, you’re at the start of a unique experience on board of this tremendous sailing vessel. Leon van der Loo, having over 30 years of experience as skipper and owner, knows the fine art of sailing and the finer art of being your friendly host. He has a calm character, a listening ear and a knack for creating the right atmosphere in which you’ll feel right at home.
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