THE BOAT THAT ROCKED! "On air. Off shore. Out of control." Watching a movie on a ship about music on a ship. Go back to the sixties! This wonderful film, full of music and the exciting sixties atmosphere, makes it difficult to sit still. In 1966, the BBC could only play Rock 'n Roll music for 2 hours a week. A group of DJs changed that. With Radio Rock they hurled Rock 'n Roll and pop music into the air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from a pirate ship in the North Sea. In no time, the illegal pirate channel grew into a phenomenon that as many as 25 million people, more than half of the English population, listened to every day. Young and old, women and men. The channel brought about a musical revolution and the DJs grew into unprecedented heroes and sex symbols. From the moment the government did everything in its power to take this "pernicious station" off the air, their popularity grew to unprecedented heights. This feast of recognition starts on Tuesday evening, October 18 at 8 p.m. Walter Visser (also organizer of the famous film festival TOF) presents film, cozy in the salon of the Holland. Includes coffee and some sweets. (note: the Holland does not sail)
Art & Culture
all ages and adults
The Holland is located on the working harbor near the marina.
The ship is not sailing.
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The Guusjen Foundation aims to tie the sea-going tugboat Holland to Terschelling in order to contribute to the preservation of a unique part of Terschelling's nautical history. Guusjen sponsors the Holland every year with a nice contribution, which she generates by recruiting Opstappers (friends), local sponsors and through the activities on board. At the invitation of Guusjen, De Holland comes to the port of Terschelling for four weeks a year, where she is accessible to both islanders and visitors from shore.
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