Ahoy There! Dutch Royals Enjoy SAIL Amsterdam 2015
Sitting on the deck of their grandmother’s boat, De Groene Draeck, the three daughters of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands enjoyed the sun, the sea and the
atmosphere of SAIL Amsterdam today, alongside two of their cousins.
Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Alexia, Princess Ariane and the two daughters of the late Prince Friso and Princess Mabel, Countess Luana and Countess Zaria, were seen taking shooting photographs of the other vessels as they sailed around IJhaven. The girls also took a few selfies amongst themselves.
The King and Queen were also onboard, as were Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel.
See photos of the family at SAIL here via Robin Utrecht.
SAIL Amsterdam is an event held every five years to promote the Port of Amsterdam and the North Sea Canal Area and to inspire younger audiences “in regards to sailing at sea and inland”. It was first held in 1975.Filed under The Netherlands
Tagged Countess Luana of Orange-Nassau, Countess Zaria of Orange-Nassau, Groene Draeck, King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands, Princess Alexia of the Netherlands, Princess Ariane of the Netherlands, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, Sailing, The Princess of Orange.