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Bataviawerf Lelystad, Lelystad
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  • If you do get at batavia town along is going to visit the yard. Especially for children and the elderly of days a fun excursion. Not to be able to do every year but once every 4 years always nice
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  • Excellent reproduction of a classic Dutch trader. Workshops busy preparing another reproduction in progress. These are real ships that smell and feel totally natural. No sliding doors , no phasers , n...  more »
  • A visit to the Batavia shipyard and ship the Batavia is really a lot of fun to do. A visit would always have to be done with a guide because there is so much to see and to tell you is, you would miss much without so someone who enthusiastically told and questions answered. During the visit you will get a picture about the rich history of Netherlands.
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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