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  1. Holland

    Holland

    The beautifully restored Dutch tug "Holland" photographed (from another preserved vessel) in Oban Bay, May 2008.
  2. German or Dutch Coaster at Goole - 1963-64

    German or Dutch Coaster at Goole - 1963-64

    Unknown Coaster at Goole (Hudson Ward Mill visible in background) Flag: Probably German, or possibly Dutch Funnel: Black, or possibly Blue with 6-pointed white star Name: Indistinct, but 6-letters and possibly H__O__? Year: 1963-1964
  3. EEMSDIEP

    EEMSDIEP

    A Dutch car wash
  4. Amstelgracht

    Amstelgracht

    Dutch cargo ship leaving the Cote Ste-Catherine lock in the St-Lawrence Seaway South Shore Canal.
  5. Amstelgracht

    Amstelgracht

    Dutch cargo ship approaching the Cote Ste-Catherine lock in the St-Lawrence Seaway South Shore Canal.
  6. Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Urk, Dutch flagged seiners Cornelis Trijntje and Teunis van Aatje in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011.
  7. More Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    More Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Ursa Minor and Johannes in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Next to Ursa Minor is a crew coach with all mod cons for the trip to Holland. Futher up the quay, not in this picture, is a very large seine rope replenishment truck rig.
  8. Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    Dutch Seiners in Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Nova Cura, Stella Polaris, and Simplon in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Simplon was built in France as a trawler for Armement Dhellemes of Concarneau and operated of the Scottish West Coast. Recently converted for fly seining with a total hull-up
  9. Dutch Seiners Boulogne

    Dutch Seiners Boulogne

    The Dutch flagged seiners Stella Polaris, and Simplon in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Simplon was built in France as a trawler for Armement Dhellemes of Concarneau and operated of the Scottish West Coast. Recently converted for fly seining with a total hull-up rebuild, sh
  10. Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    The English flagged Dutch seiner Hendrika Jacoba GY127 in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Built by Maaskant as a beamer for the De Boer family, I believe she was the largest beamer in the world when built. Recently converted for fly seining with net drums forward of the whee
  11. Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    Hendrika Jacoba GY127

    The English flagged Dutch seiner Hendrika Jacoba GY127 in Boulogne for the weekend layover Friday 4th March 2011. Built by Maaskant as a beamer for the De Boer family, I believe she was the largest beamer in the world when built. Recently converted for fly seining with net drums forward of the whee
  12. Dutch Lifeboat Kapiteins Hazewinkel on visit to Lowestoft

    Dutch Lifeboat Kapiteins Hazewinkel on visit to Lowestoft

    The crew were having some fun racing with the spirit of Lowestoft but i think they left them behind on this one. I have found out the name at last its the Kapiteins Hazewinkel
  13. Oranjepolder

    Oranjepolder

    The Oranjepolder on an old postcard
  14. Dutch Faith....

    Dutch Faith....

    homeward bound from Hamburg against the flood 29.10.2006
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