The first thing you will notice when you board the Allure is its light colour scheme. This makes the ship cosy on the inside; yet still sturdy on the outside. It is perfectly suited for embarking on active sailing trips. The Allure is a ship where everybody will quickly feel at home.
On board of the Allure you will be able to actively help with the sailing activities, but if you prefer to enjoy a somewhat calmer stay, there is plenty of seating on the fore- and afterdeck. On beautiful days this is also where you can enjoy a lovely meal outdoors. If the weather is a little less pleasant, the Allure’s deck tent offers the ultimate solution. With a tent that will cover the whole rear seating area right up to the entrance of the dayroom you will still be able to enjoy your sailing trip on deck.
The large tables in the Allure’s large and cosy dayroom offer seating space for everyone. The professional kitchen situated right by the dayroom invites you to prepare a delicious meal.
The ship is spaciously laid out both on deck as well as below. With a large corridor leading to the huts, there is plenty of room to move on board of the Allure. Each hut has its own washbasin; the other sanitary facilities are situated in the hallways.
The ship was originally launched in 1911 as a freight ship and later on it even operated as a crane ship. In 1997 the Allure was converted to function as a charter ship. Since then, the Allure has often been chosen to delightfully roam over the IJsselmeer, the Waddensea and the Frisian lakes.