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  • Teambuilding

Teambuilding

On board of NAUPAR’s ships, you will find the ideal surrounding for a fun and active teambuilding event. On board of a ship, working together closely is absolutely essential; Hoisting the sails, tacking the ship, et cetera. By sailing together and determining a course, a close connection will be established between the ‘newly found crew’.

Sailing a match or a dragon boat race?

By sailing together with on or more other ships, an extra competitive element can be added. Or you can break your sailing trip with an active dragon boat race. Cooperation, but more importantly fun, will be the predominant factors during these teambuilding activities on the water. Your guests will be able to actively help to have their ship or dragon boat finish first.

Teambuilding IJsselmeer, Waddenzee of Frisian lakes

You can depart from, for example, the harbours of Amsterdam, Lelystad, Monnickendam, Hoorn, Harlingen, Stavoren, or Enkhuizen. You will sail across the beautiful Ijsselmeer or the Frisian lakes and visit the cosy harbours. Or, you can sail the Waddenzee to pay a visit to one of the Wadden islands. And even a trip to the city of Amsterdam is possible!

Eating, drinking, and more

Will your team also take care of a lovely meal by cooking together and setting the table? Or would you rather have our professional caterers pamper you after all that hard work? All is possible. The spacious galley on board is fitted out with all modern conveniences and the catering list is extensive.

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  1. 23 - 29 persons daytrip

    Makkum

    16 beds

    As the first charter ship, the ‘Zwarte Valk’ from 1889 has a life full of glory behind it. After the restoration in 2008, the last ‘’s-Gravenmoerse klipperaak’ in the Netherlands started a new life for the four...
    Cabins: 8
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 2
    Stars: 4

    Weekend:€ 160,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 223,-p.p.

    Week:€ 299,-p.p.

     

     
  2. 19 - 24 persons daytrip

    Enkhuizen

    20 beds

    The two-masted 'klipper' 'Sperwer' was built in 1893 and was originally used for coastal navigation. Then the 'Sperwer' served for many years as a sailing and subsequently motor ship on the river Rhine. The 'Sperwer' is ...
    Cabins: 8
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 2
    Stars: 3

    Weekend:€ 125,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 130,-p.p.

    Week:€ 226,-p.p.

     

     
  3. 80 - 100 persons daytrip

    Enkhuizen, Lelystad

    44 beds

    The Soeverein is an impressive sight without equal. The boat pays homage to the East Indiamen of the Golden Age. The design is based on specific characteristics of these 17th century ships. The high construction toward t...
    Cabins: 15
    Toilets: 18
    Showers: 15
    Stars: 5

    Weekend:€ 125,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 162,-p.p.

    week:€ 251,-p.p.

     

  4. 32 - 40 persons daytrip

    Enkhuizen, Hoorn

    24 beds

    This boat was converted into a comfortable passenger sailing boat after the freighter era . The interior, with its generous living area equipped with all conveniences radiates a warm, homely feel. Four beds of 2,10 in le...
    Cabins: 7
    Toilets: 3
    Showers: 3
    Stars: 3

    Weekend:€ 129,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 159,-p.p.

    Week:€ 250,-p.p.

     

     
  5. 20 - 25 persons daytrip

    Enkhuizen, Lelystad

    18 beds

    The Res Nova is an attractive, sturdy Groning spritsail barge with a traditional silhouette. The convenience of guests was central to its renovation. The wooden interior has a warm, homely atmosphere. The skipper and his...
    Cabins: 5
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 2
    Stars: 3

    Weekend:€ 125,-

     

    Midweek:€ 150,-

     

    Week:€ 250,-

     

     
  6. 40 - 50 persons daytrip

    Amsterdam, Harlingen, Kampen

    34 beds

    The two-masted clipper Pouwel Jonas was built in 1897, and converted over a hundred years later into a luxury charter boat. With much love and good taste, a stylish and comfortable boat has been created, on which you imm...
    Cabins: 13
    Toilets: 4
    Showers: 4
    Stars: 4

    Weekend:€ 105,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 154,-p.p.

    Week:€ 232,-p.p.

     

     
  7. 18 - 22 persons daytrip

    Makkum

    18 beds

    The spritsail barge Noordster was built in 1913 in Foxhol, and like so many Groning barges, transported wood and other materials from the Baltics to Holland. The boat has been completely renovated and provided with a spo...
    Cabins: 5
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 1
    Stars: 2

    Weekend:€ 105,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 130,-p.p.

    Week:€ 219,-p.p.

     

     
  8. 21 - 26 persons daytrip

    Amsterdam, Monnickendam, Muiden

    20 beds

    Welcome on board the tjalk barge ‘Nieuwe Zorg’. Together with the crew you will make a fine sailing trip on the Dutch waters. Would you like to explore the IJsselmeer and its many lively harbour towns or do you prefe...
    Cabins: 7
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 1
    Stars: 2

    Weekend:€ 1116,-p.p.

     

    Midweek:€ 155,-p.p.

    Week:€ 226,-p.p.

     

     
  9. 24 - 30 persons daytrip

    Enkhuizen, Lelystad, Zierikzee

    18 beds

    The Nieuwe Maen, once a freight clipper, today a comfortable hotel ship, is the ideal place for fanatic sailors as well as for people who seek peace and quiet. You will sail from the lively harbour of Zierikzee, a mediev...
    Cabins: 6
    Toilets: 2
    Showers: 2
    Stars: 3

    Weekend:€ 126,-p.p.

    Midweek:€ 152,-p.p.

    Week:€ 252,-p.p.

     

  10. Amsterdam, Enkhuizen, Kampen, Lelystad

    32 beds

    The Nieuwe Liefde is more than a ship; it is a luxurious accommodation with a maritime ambience. With its 19th century nautical décor, this three-masted barquentine provides wonderful accommodations for business meeting...
    Cabins: 12
    Toilets: 17
    Showers: 12
    Stars: 5

    Weekend:€ 173,-p.p.

    Midweek: € 192-, p.p.

    Week:€ 259,- p.p.

     

     
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