Seal watching with m.s. Brandaris

Sail with m.s. Brandaris to the seals. The motor lifeboat Brandaris sails to the habitat of the seals. There are dozens of animals on the sandbanks west of Terschelling. They can be viewed up close from the ship. An experience for young and old. The duration of the tour is 1.5 hours. A maximum of 12 people can join.

Practical

  • 2 to 12 persons

  • West-Terschelling

  • Seal watching

  • all ages, adults, children, wheelchair accessible, and pets


Location

Departure from the floating jetty t.o. restaurant Loods on the Willem Barentszkade in West-Terschelling.


Important to know

The ship is wheelchair accessible and the dog is allowed. Life jackets for children available. There is a toilet on board.


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Museumreddingboot Terschelling

Museumreddingboot Terschelling

The Foundation for the Preservation of the Oldest Motor Lifeboat in the World was established in 2003 to protect the former motor lifeboat Jhr. mr. J.W.H. Rutgers van Rozenburg to be purchased and restored. This ship had been converted into a pleasure yacht and is hardly recognizable as a lifeboat. Within a year, this boat was restored to its original condition with the help of many. At the same time, a museum jetty was constructed in the harbor of West Terschelling, where the 'Rutgers' was given a permanent berth. For example, one can now see the oldest and the newest lifeboats together in a harbor: a rich piece of history.

The assurance of:

VVV Terschelling

Secure payment with:

VVV Terschelling

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