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    Dutch inland freighters

    Waddenzee 2606143 entering the harbour of Den Helder.

    Build: 1964 Barkmeijer, Stroobos (Yn 158) The Netherlands
    Owner: Waddenzee BV, Harlingen
    Lxwxd: 50.06x8.08x2.81 670 Ton
    Engine: 530 pk GM


    Jack Mulder

    #2
    However I named this Dutch inland freighters I wil also put others here.

    Jack Mulder

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      #3
      ACCEPI 2318072 sailing upstream on the river Rhine.

      Build: 1983 DIW, Berlin
      Owner: G. Timmer & Zn, Zuidbroek
      Lxwxd: 79.94x9.00x2.63 1439 Ton
      Engine: 1000 pk Mitsubishi
      Ex:
      1983 Alba 1 5601980 owner Zitadelle Schiffahrt Gmbh & Co KG, Berlin
      1986 Alba 1 owner Hendricks Scheepsmakelaardij BV, Gorinchem
      1986 Ferjo owner T.C. Gort, Roosendaal
      1989 Accepi owner G. Timmer & Zn, Zuidbroek

      Jack Mulder

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        #4
        BENJA 2325031 sailing on the river Rhine.

        Build: Casco 2001 Santierul Naval SA, Orsova (Romania)
        Finnished by L.J. de Boer, Sliedrecht (The Netherlands)
        Owner: Spoelstra Scheepvaartbedrijf, Delfzijl
        Lxwxd: 109.88x11.45x3.24 2677 Ton 208 TEU
        Engine: 1521 pk Caterpillar
        Ex:
        2001 Benja owner Benja VOF, Zwijndrecht
        2008 La Primavera owner Spoelstra Scheepvaartbedrijf, Delfzijl

        Jack Mulder
        Last edited by Jack Mulder; June 21st, 2010, 19:11.

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          #5
          CATHARINA 2325942 sailing on the river Rhine.

          Build: 2003 Astrachan Plant , Astrachan (Rusia)
          Finnished by BREKO, Papendrecht (The Netherlands)
          Owner: Gratie VOF, Papendrecht
          Lxwxd: 96.06x14.26x4.21 4266 Ton
          Engine: 2x1600 pk MTU/DDC

          Jack Mulder
          Last edited by Jack Mulder; June 20th, 2010, 14:58.

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            #6
            DELLEWAL 2324788 at the river Rhine.

            Build: 2002 Jingjiang Traffic Shipyard, Shiwei Port Jingjiang (China)
            Finnished by Instalho, Werkendam (The Netherlands)
            Owner: Avance VOF, Maasbracht
            Lxwxd: 110.00x11.45x3.37 2915 Ton
            Engine: 2x1014 pk Caterpillar
            Ex:
            2002 Dellewal owner Westenbrink Scheepvaartbedrijf VOF, Dordrecht
            2008 Avance owner Avance VOF, Maasbracht

            Jack Mulder

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              #7
              El-Barco 6003413 underway on a Dutch channel.

              Build: 1965 Heermans, Hedel (Yn 50) The Netherlands
              Owner: R. Willaert, Evergem Belgium
              Lxwxd: 65.00x7.55x2.88 962 Ton
              Engine: 680 pk Caterpillar
              Ex:
              1965 Anna 3310528 owner L. van Dalen & Zn, Brakel (The Netherlands)
              1987 Cornelis G owner C.J. de Graaf & Zn, Lisse (The Netherlands)
              1987 La Rocca 6003413 owner B. Segers, Merksem (Belgium)
              2005 El-Barco owner B. Segers, Brugge (Belgium)

              Jack Mulder

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                #8
                Thank you for starting this new and exiting thread Jack. I look forward to learning more about those ships.
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                  #9
                  WOW! Now I am even more excited to visit the Netherlands this fall. I can't wait to see the river boats.

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                    #10
                    The people that run.own these vessels must have a great deal of pride in doing so, all of these vessels look so clean and very well maintained. Fantastic to see these photos.
                    Your charts, your radar, your eyes and ears - if all 4 agree, you may proceed with caution.

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                      #11
                      Hi,

                      I sterted this to show how ships look like on the rivers, but now I realise that I AD TO THINK IN 3 cATEGORIES.
                      Dry freigt, Tanker and ships for sand.
                      Do you think to open new ones or to put other type of ships thru each other?

                      Jack

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                        #12
                        I think that 'Dutch inland freighters' will happily cover all the types of inland freighters, regardless of what the freight actually is or what type of vessel it is. So long as they travel the Dutch inland waterways i think this thread will cover them well.

                        That is my opinion, what do others think?
                        Your charts, your radar, your eyes and ears - if all 4 agree, you may proceed with caution.

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                          #13
                          Some of the vessels are different sizes. What are the size restrictions for inland vessels? I assume there are some major river/canal routes that can handle larger boats.

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                          #14
                          Yes there are several types of ships, different in length and tonnage and build for specific waterways. P.e. the Spits, a ship of 50 meter and a tonnage of about 600 ton and designed mainly for Southern Netherlands and Belgium waterways. But this years there are ships build with a length of 135 meter and a tonnage of 2000 ton

                          Jack Mulder

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                            #15
                            "volendam"


                            "dissidentia"

                            best regards Thijs

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