A great day out on the water!
The Maril 625 is a popular and luxurious motorboat. The boat is robust and its length of 6.25 and width of 2.44 metres (draught 0.55) give the Maril 625 stable sailing characteristics. It has a practical layout with a round seat, a beautiful teak finish and is equipped with comfortable seat and back cushions. The seat height offers plenty of comfort and back support and is also intended to keep the children safe. It has a spray hood to protect against sun, wind or rain. There is a steering console, a swimming ladder for those who want to take a dip, and as an extra, a cooling drawer for cold drinks.
There is room for 7 people on board. You don't need a licence, but you have to be at least 21 years old to rent the boat. The Maril 625 is a fantastic boat for a day out on the water with family or friends.
DEPARTURE FROM MUIDERZAND
The Maril 625 is moored in Marina Muiderzand. From there you can travel to several beautiful harbours with a rich history. Naarden is one of the best preserved fortified towns in Europe, famous for its unique star shape. In the marina at Naarden you can moor the boat at the terrace of Porterhouse for a snack and a drink. If you fancy an ice cream, be sure to go to Almere harbour to get one at the Mariola ice cream parlour or take a seat at one of the several terraces there. As the lock at Almere Haven is not open to the Maril 625, you can travel on to Huizen. You can also take the Eem from Eemmeer, a beautiful strip of nature along Eemnes, Eemdijk, Baarn, Soest and Amersfoort. Spakenburg, formerly a fishing village on the Zuiderzee, is famous for its traditional costumes. In the old harbour of Spakenburg you can treat yourself to a delicious fish and discover Fort Island Pampus: an island full of history, adventure and nature.
There are plenty of places you can go with the Maril 625 but unfortunately it is not possible to reach Amsterdam. If you wold like to go boating in Amsterdam’s canals, we advise you to rent a boat in Amsterdam itself. The Markermeer is therefore accessible up to Pampus Island.
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