Since 1955 this lifeboat has saved dozens of seafarers. The Lilla Marras is now out of service, but not at rest. Because the English beauty still saves people by offering special overnight stays.
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Since 1955, this lifeboat has saved dozens of seafarers. The Lilla Marras is now out of service, but not at rest. Because the English beauty still saves people by offering special overnight stays.
The Lilla Marras is a work of art. Completely restored and adapted to its new destination. With awe for the inimitable lines of the ship, everything below deck has been done to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
The aft cabin of the ship serves as day accommodation. Here you can enjoy the morning breakfast that is quietly delivered to the wheelhouse early in the morning. There are plenty of cozy places to sit on deck and enjoy the harbor, the city and the sea. In the front of the ship there is a bed in the shape of a water lily pad and a wooden double bath.
The Lifeboat in Harlingen provides comfortable accommodation for anyone with a good mobility and who is not afraid of stooping regularly. If you want more than a place to stay, you can order a private captain. During a two-hour cruise, he would like to illustrate how fit this classic lifesaver still is. But you don't have to. You can also simply let go of your worries by quietly enjoying this unique place to stay.