The Liberté is a compact boat built at Kampen, Holland in 1917. Originally sail only she sailed the canals around Ysel, Zwolle and the Overysel where she transported mainly turf and coke. She is 19.89m long and 4.36m wide having 5 cabins each having its own shower and toilet. Between 30th September and 1st April, like the Vita Nova, she is moored in the Oosterdok Amsterdam and used as a floating hostel.

The Liberté can accommodate 10 passengers in 2 X three person cabins and 2 X two person cabins. There is a comfortable sitting area for meals etc. and a small open plan kitchen containing 2 ceramic cookers a fridge a microwave and everything to go with them. If you don’t want to cook, around the Oosterdok there are numerous take away and restaurants in the immediate area. Above deck there is a sheltered sundeck with amazing views of either the harbour or all around when she is on tour. On this deck smoking is allowed but not below decks or in the cabins. Also the use of drugs is not permitted. As stated we are moored in Amsterdam’s Oosterdok very close to the Nemo museum and just a short walk from the central railway station. It is possible to hire bicycles nearby thus enabling a greater area of Amsterdam and its surrounding countryside to be explored. Like the Vita Nova, the Liberté from 1st April to 30th September is a tour as well as a hotel boat, mainly in the south of Holland.



type of accommodation  
Vol pension met hulp: van    €36.00 per day    
Vol pension plus:                  €43.00 per dag    
with a minimum of 12 guests


Basic number of persons 8
Max number of persons 10
Size of boat 20 x 4.30
Airco in salon
Airco in cabin
Cassette radio
CD player
220 Volt
All bedding