Home port of the Abbot

Stavoren, Starum on its Frisian and one of the 11 cities. Where the female overlooks the traditional sailing fleet on one side and modern yachts on the other side of the harbor. With its colored harbor houses, fishing boats, the beach, restaurants, the large fountain in the shape of a fish and the ferry to Enkhuizen. Entering and leaving the lock between the IJsselmeer and inland waterways remains a recurring phenomenon to watch.

Stavoren, far from the hustle and bustle and with a friendly atmosphere. You can completely relax here… Stavoren, from where the ship makes trips on the Frisian lakes, past various historic towns on the IJsselmeer and via Harlingen to the Wadden Sea. Experience it!

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Other destinations

More possibilities

These are also possible destinations if you want to rent the ship!

  • Roaming the sea

    Wadden Sea

    Enjoy the salt on your lips, experience the Wadden Sea area from the ship.

  • Frisian city at sea


    Harlingen, with its cozy ports in the city, is the gateway to the Wadden Sea.

  • Water sports city par excellence


    The charming town of Medemblik has large harbors, good facilities and a pleasant city center.

  • Our largest Wadden Island


    Terschelling is our largest Wadden island. The island is a favorite destination for many tours.

  • First Frisian Wadden island


    Vlieland is the first Frisian island and is a welcome place to moor for the night.

  • Beautiful Wadden Island


    Enjoy the panoramic views and the pure sea air. Let yourself be pampered culinary in one of the many catering establishments.

  • Sailing trip on the IJsselmeer


    The IJsselmeer, the former Zuiderzee, is the largest freshwater reservoir in the Netherlands and offers many possibilities for beautiful sailing trips.

  • Sail the Frisian lakes

    Frisian lakes

    The Frisian lake area is designed for water recreation. Fryslân offers many beautiful opportunities to navigate the waters and lakes.