from € 498

Fishing holidays and sailing

The Netherlands is a dream holiday destination for every sport angler! This unique area allows you to experience extraordinary fishing adventures. Deep sea fishing along the 500 km long Dutch coast or as far as England. As far as the eye can see: beaches, harbours, piers, the famous Zeeuwse Delta and the Waddenzee Islands. Here are the numerous hotspots for catching delicious fish. Hunt for pike, megabass, zander, beautiful carp and strong bass in the large rivers, river deltas, the characteristic canals or in the extensive lake areas. Spectacular experiences that make every angler’s heart beat faster. If you like it quieter, you can fish for lead, tench and roach.

Lemmer at Ijsselmeer
4 nights on board
Board cash about € 125 p.p.


Our well-equipped sailing yachts (+ radar/AIS/chartplotter/chartering plotter) and aluminium hull boats will take you to your fishing "place where you want to be" while offering you a comfortable roof over your head. Spend your time chasing fish and not with the daily transfer between accommodation and fishing grounds, because we are anchored there or use nearby marinas for the night's rest, so there is more time for the essential, fishing. In the harbour towns, cosy pubs with their typical Dutch flair invite us to stay or we spend the evenings in a convivial atmosphere on board.
In the Netherlands, angling is made as easy as possible and the prices are reasonable. The VISpas is perfectly sufficient for fishing throughout the country. The fishing country - the Netherlands - is only a few hours' drive from Germany. See you on board - see you soon!

 individual fishing grounds

Sailing over the Ijsselmeer
 the canals and the Waddenzee

 experienced skipper



Petri heil, Petri dank - was für ein Fang - Angler zeigt stolz seinen gefangenen Fisch




Bavaria Cruiser 40 Feet

Bavaria Cruiser 50 Feet




Our skipper likes to talk about his cruises during social evenings:

  • the North Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean
  • his canal cruises in Scotland
  • the sailing trip over Lochness
  • his one-handed sail
    • scottish Sea
    • Irish Sea
    • english channel
    • night drive from Dover to Calais
    • the crossing of the most frequented TSS in the world

Learn from his experiences, it is always exciting! That's a promise!

Oh, yeah... he's been training skippers for several years. His eyes are well trained and he's hardly ever upset.




No special requirements. Everyone is welcome. Little knowledge is desirable.
Clothing and footwear appropriate to the weather
At the beginning of the cruise, a board cash desk is set up according to good seamanly custom. From this the crew pays all running yacht costs, e.g. diesel (3 litres/engine hour), harbour fees and the common catering on board. The skipper is a guest of the crew and is kept free of charge by the board cash.