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Holland for coarse fishing has been featured by Anglers World Holidays for over two decades. Easy access to fabulous fishing with overnight sailings to Rotterdam from Hull and day and night sailings from Harwich to the Hook of Holland - Holland enjoys a European climate, colder winters and warmer summers and this ensures the rich waters are extremely well stocked; naturally. Holland offers what must be the easiest fishing around with good access to prolific swims. The canals, lakes and rivers are literally stuffed with coarse fish. Pole, waggler and feeder all catch well.
Holland is noted for variety of species and when the float goes under or the tip goes round you never quite know what to expect, bream, roach, hybrid, ide, tench or carp!
You will need to buy a one year licence and combined permit for the area you intend to fish. . This combined license/permit can be purchased from all major tackle shops in Holland and some of our accommodations too. You can also buy online before you travel. Further information can be found at:
Our trading policy for over four decades is to provide great holidays at amazing value prices. Our buying power ensures we can offer you an inclusive holiday invariably far cheaper than when you make your own arrangements.
Getting to Holland - Great value sail-drive inclusive holidays with day and overnight sailings , no luggage restrictions and comfortable cruise style ships with great facilities including comfortable cabins (mandatory on overnight sailings), restaurants and bars.
P&O ferries - cruise ferry sailings from Hull to Rotterdam. They sail out at 2100 hours (check-in is 2 hours minimum but you can board at around 1700 hours), arrive Rotterdam Europort at 0800 hours. Onboard cabins are comfortable and include air conditioning, shower and toilet. 2/3/4 berth cabins and suites are available. Outside cabins carry a small supplement. There are two restaurants, a café, choice of bars, cinema, shops and casino; lots to keep you busy on this comfortable overnight crossing. No supplement for cars up to 2.4 metres high, supplement for vans.
Stena Line - great value from Harwich to the Hook of Holland with a choice of day or overnight ferry crossings (please note cabins are mandatory on overnight sailings). Supplement for vans on this route.
Ensure your passport is valid for your trip. Most destinations insist that your passport must have an expiry date at least 6 months after your return flight. It is important that you check both your issue date and expiry date on your passport. If you have renewed your passport early in the past, the passport office could have added these extra months to your expiry date. Some countries, particularly in the EU, do not recognise these extra months. You should assume that your passport validity is 10 years from the date of issue.
Please note ferry companies are carrying out increased security checks and we require all passengers full names and dates of birth in order to make a ferry booking. Vehicle details are also required (make, model, registration number, height and length of vehicle).
Driving in the EU
You need to take your Great Britain or Northern Ireland driving licence with you to drive abroad. You also need to take your logbook (V5C) and your insurance certificate. If you are taking a vehicle abroad that you have hired or leased in the UK, you will need a VE103 certificate.
You might need an international driving permit (IDP) to drive in some countries. Check online if this is required at
https://www.gov.uk/driving-abroad/international-driving-permit or alternatively contact your own insurance company. You are able to buy IDPs over the counter at the Post Office. You might need one for each country you are visiting.
Make sure you follow overseas driving rules, including local speed limits and drink driving laws. You may be breaking the law and get a fine if you do not.
Depending on the country you are visiting, you may need:
• extra equipment - for example, you need a reflective jacket and a warning triangle in many countries
• emission stickers (permits) in some European cities - you may need to buy these weeks before you go abroad
• headlight converter stickers
• UK sticker. From 28 September 2021, you need a UK sticker instead of a GB sticker
Check out rules for driving in the EU on https://www.gov.uk/guidance/driving-in-the-eu
Please note some properties require an additional cancellation deposit payable at the time of booking. This amount will be deducted from your balance payment.
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