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In the winter of 1849, Klaas Bording and his two sons set out on the frozen Zuiderzee to catch fish. While floundering, disaster strikes. The ice breaks and the men become detached from the mainland. For fourteen days they float around on an ice floe in the stone-cold waters of the Zuiderzee under harsh conditions. They float past Marken and Enkhuizen, but no one hears or sees them. Visit Zuiderzeelicht in the Zuiderzee Museum and find out how this ice-cold story ends. Need to warm up along the way? Then visit one of the catering establishments for a hot apple strudel with coffee or tea, a delicious cup of soup or a hearty winter stew.

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