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Alles Heeft een Tijd (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)


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The Alles Heeft een Tijd is part of the historical harbour of Rotterdam. She is a museumship, and gives a good example of a very well preserved Hagenaar.

Built: 1914
Shipyard: De Bock en Meyer, Oude Wetering
Dimensions: 19,00m x 3,85m

6 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Anja (Terneuzen, The Netherlands)


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10 files, last one added on Nov 28, 2008

Elisabeth (?, The Netherlands)


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Built: 1908
Dimensions: 21.46m x 4.13m x 0.90m
Propulsion: DAF 575 6 cyl. 105hp

Photo: Bowcrest

1 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Grote Beer (?, The Netherlands)


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Built: 1903
Shipyard: Scheepswerf Hendriks te Dodewaard
Dimensions: 18.00m x 5.55m
Engine: Lister 40hp

Photos: Scheepsmakelaar Fikkers

15 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Hendrika Maria (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


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The Hendrika Maria is now a houseboat museum in Amsterdam. She left commercial service in the 60s and was converted into a houseboat. Lately she has been converted for museum use, so tourists could see how people live in a houseboat in Amsterdam.

Built: 1914
Shipyard: Hendriks te Dodewaard
Dimensions: 23,3m x 4,51m

18 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Op Hoop van Zegen (Groningen, The Netherlands)


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4 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Rufrarial (?, The Netherlands)


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Built: 1893
Shipyard: Boot, Alphen a/d Rijn
Dimensions: 21.60m x 3.63m
Engine: DAF 575 120hp

Photo: Bowcrest

1 files, last one added on Nov 23, 2008

Unknown 1 (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


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4 files, last one added on Nov 28, 2008

Unknown 2 (Sluiskil, The Netherlands)


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13 files, last one added on Nov 28, 2008

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