Though she started her life as a cargo ship, in 2000 the Fiep was converted into a spacious, modern passenger ship, custom built for boat and bike tours in Belgium and the Netherlands. Harrie Wagt bought the Fiep in the winter of 2012/2013 and renovated her a second time to ensure the highest possible standards of comfort and modernity were preserved on this iconic ship.
The Fiep can accommodate a maximum of 24 passengers and all twelve of her twin guest cabins are located on the lower deck. Ten of the twin cabins (10 m² – 108 sq.ft.) have two separate single beds, the other two (8 m² – 86 sq.ft.) have two split level beds that can be used as singles. Every cabin is fitted with a private shower, basin, toilet, fully functioning windows, central heating, air conditioning a mini safe and a hair dryer.
With an air-conditioned lounge, cozy bar, spacious sitting area with widescreen TV, Wi-Fi and sundeck, the upper deck of the Fiep is where passengers come to relax, chat and enjoy a coffee in the mornings and aperitif in the evenings as they watch the world drift by. The fully air-conditioned dining room, where excellent meals are served takes pride of place on the lower deck.