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Bataviawerf Lelystad, Lelystad
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  • The VOC era comes back to life when you're out there doing a look. By the construction of the replica you have a good idea what life looked like in that time.
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  • People, walking about fast by those koopgoot. It is also something much more worthwhile: Batavia yard. Tip: buy a combination ticket and join a guided tour. Movie within, scale model of the Zeven Provinciën, then visiting the sculptor, Sailmaker, blacksmith and so on. Good info on under construction (unfortunately discontinued) Zeven Provinciën and tour on the illustrious Batavia. Then warm in the restaurant ... Fine day, then you can always still by Batavia City walk.
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  • This is according to me the top attraction of Lelystad. The shops outlet runs great and the ship makes it complete. Nice restaurants to eat.
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  • The "Batavia" is a piece of history come alive. We visited the Ship and the Wharf and were really impressed. Walking through the ship, looking at the bunks, the quarters and the storage... very interesting. But keep in mind, that ship was sailing many many months towards Batavia/Jakarta...
  • Arrrr Th' place was great 'n be a great way to show Landrats th' sailors life. Although they rejected my offer to join me crew, so we plunder th' seven seas, they deserve 5 stars
  • Very cool place, where you can get a grasp of what a sailing ship really was. You can climb all over the ship itself and there are some complementary expositions in the museum building. Yarr!!!
  • Really interesting place, and was pleasantly surprised to hear that they are all volunteers working there and you can sense their passion for the project when they talk about it. It's great to see them utilising the old methods to stay true to the original as well as incorporating the new and improved ones where needed.
  • Beautiful small museum of the art of building old-time ships. Good time for the kids and adults as well