VOC Batavia (1995 replica of a 1628 ship, which had been shipwrecked off Western Australia) LOA 186′ TDISP 1,200 tons at Lelystad. Although the original vessel did not belong to the Dutch Navy, the Dutch East Indies Company (VOC) was, in its own right, a powerful navy operating in the Far East in the 17th and 18th Centuries. This ship is pierced for 24 guns.
VOC Amsterdam (1748 ship) LOA 158′ TDISP 1,100 tons. The ship was wrecked in 1749 on Bulverhythe Beach, England. The shipwreck exists today, and the lower portions of the hull are well-preserved, due to being encased in mud. A replica was constructed for display and completed in 1990. It is at the Netherlands Maritime Museum, Amsterdam. This heavily-armed ship had ports for 42 cannon.
HNLMS Schorpioen monitor (1868-1909) LOA 214′ TDISP 2,200 tons. Built in France, used as an accommodation ship after 1909, and briefly acquired and used as such by Germany during the Second World War. Preserved as a museum ship since 1982 at the Dutch Naval Museum, Den Helder.
HNLMS Buffel ironclad ram (1868-1896) LOA 196′ TDISP 2,400 tons from 1896 until 1973 she was an accomodation ship. Restored and displayed for many years at Rotterdam, she is now on display in Hellevoetsluis.
HNLMS Bonaire screw-steamship, rigged as a barquentine (1877-1995) LOA 174′ TDISP: 830 tons deadweight