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The story of the Luxe Motor MS Watergeus, the snik Hornblower and how to convert a Dutch barge into a houseboat

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The Watergeus is my home. It's an old Dutch Luxe Motor, build in 1929.
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The Watergeus on the river Westerschelde, already partly painted with her new company colours.165 views
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The hold, seen from the engine room.90 views
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ca. 1989, at the yard, just before removing her den and hatches to build the watertanks.117 views
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The Watergeus with her new watertanks, freshly painted.110 views
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ca. 1991, the Watergeus at her mooring in Terneuzen. (Photo: Harry de Groot)203 views
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ca. 1980, Sailing for L. Davids.122 views
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ca. 1990, already converted als water supply ship, but still in the dark colours of the previous owner. (Photo: Harry de Groot)103 views
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Hatches on the windows of the back accommodation, often used when sailing on the river Westerschelde to prevent waves of water to come in37 views
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Hatches on the windows of the back accommodation, often used when sailing on the river Westerschelde to prevent waves of water to come in37 views
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