Sail in Holland.
Explore Holland from the water!
You will be amazed by the varied scenic nature Holland possesses. Discover the picturesque settings during a weekend or (mid)week on the water: you will be astonished by what Holland has to offer you.
Sail in Holland on the IJsselmeer and Markerwaard.
Once the sails are set, the ship has cast off, and everyone is seated comfortable, a course will be set for the unspoilt nature of the IJsselmeer. The IJsselmeer, which is a freshwater sea, forms Holland’s wet heart. This unique scenic area is very well-suited for a sailing trip and the beautiful villages around the Ijsselmeer offer an ideal mixture of cosiness and a bustling nightlife. The numerous harbours of departure around the Ijsselmeer enable you to embark as soon as possible!
Kop van Overijssel.
The Kop van Overijssel (lit. Head of Overijssel) is one of the most beautiful areas to go to for a sailing trip when you enjoy a peaceful and quite setting. With its large lakes, channels, and peat streams, you will sail the largest fenland of Western Europe. It is the land of the ‘kraggen’ (small, floating reed islands), and quaking bog (fen floating on the water). It is a beautiful area with small lakes and channels, but also the expansive, hilly woodland near Steenwijk.
Do you prefer a trip on the Dutch Wadden, with its seals and tumblers and strikingly beautiful lighthouses? You will enjoy the unspoilt nature and the authentic atmosphere of Holland Waterland: A firm breeze bellying the sails, a salty skin, and a view on the dunes and the sandbanks, and standing clear from the water.