New 3D Boat 'Ozare'

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3D Boat 'Ozare'

New in our offer!
This season the uniquely designed, luxurious boat 'Ozare' will be available for rental. Gelderse Boat Rental will be the first boat rental company in the Netherlands to offer a fully 3D printed boat for rental!

Sustainability and innovation are central to the design of this new addition.

The 'Ozare' is 6.5 meters long and 1.40 meters wide. The 'Ozare' has a Torquedo 12 KW motor (electric) and batteries of 2 x 5 wH. For 70%, the boat consists of recyclable materials.

This modern stylish boat is equipped with a bimini top, which also gives you the option to sit in the shade. A lot of attention has also been paid to seating comfort. A wonderful boat to spend a day on the water with your group!

Are you looking for a fun way to spend a pleasant day with family, friends or colleagues? A day on the water immediately offers a relaxed atmosphere! Nice chat, some time and attention for each other, quality time together, those are the moments to cherish!

The following conditions apply to renting the 'Ozare':

  • For this boat is no license required;
  • Maximum number of people: 6 persons (including children);
  • Sailing on the IJssel is strictly forbidden considering the safety and insurance conditions!;
  • Minimum age 21 years;
  • Valid ID required;
  • Deposit € 300.00 (this amount is the deductible in case of damage, if you return the boat without damage, this amount will be refunded to you within 24 hours);
  • Our rental boats depart from the port of Marina 't Eiland, the perfect location for the start of a wonderful day on the water!;
  • Pets are not allowed on our boats;
  • With our boats for which no license is required, you can enjoy sailing in the Rhederlaag Recreation Area, the largest and most beautiful water sports area in the east of the Netherlands!
  • Of course you can also enjoy a swim while sailing and cool off in the clear water. On the recreational lake, the water is not equally deep everywhere, which makes diving from the boat life-threatening. We also strongly advise against this.
  • Any questions? Then look at our page 'Frequently Asked Questions'.