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Cannot say enough good words about this. Ex trawlerman and was on my bucket list and not at all disappointed. This museum and exhibition is far and away the best I have seen. Whoever designed this museum and whoever wanted this built should be applauded....More
It did not take much time for my kids to understand how people worked on a fishing boat in the early days. Exhibition is organized in a combination of audio-visual way. The whole visit is about 20 minutes. It is located near everything, train station,...More
To be frank, I decided to visit it only because it's the first thing you see the moment you step out of the railway station. But the moment I stepped inside, what a surprise it awaited.
The ship is all about the fishing history and...More
Ostend has long had a tradition of cod-fishing in the Iceland waters. A hard, uncomfortable job, with however a good financial yield at the time, which motivated sailors and their sons to enter the fishing fleet. The hard life on board is well illustrated in...More
We went to see it only because I had read great reviews on Trip Advisor. It's right outside the train station and there is no way that you can miss it.
Would highly recommend spending 30-40 minutes at this "boat" museum. It's been brilliantly well...More
Near the train station, there is an intriguing tourist attraction: The Amandine. Although it was February, the sun shined brightly. It seems to be an early spring!
We decided to visit it. We first went down where the keel is located. Once down, we had...More