Zwolle was reached under much better circumstances than earlier that morning. Heavens were finally completely out of water, we suppose. It is not easy to find a space for a type of boat other than the ubiquitous cruiser. And the few spaces for vessels over 12 meters appear to be occupied by, yes, cruisers. Lucky us, a moored tug-boat, had no objection of us going abreast. We could switch off the engine at 2:38PM – after single-handed cruising for over 5¾ hours. The tug left the next morning after which it looks like shown by this picture. Well, looked, because another boat behind ours on this picture breasted up to ours today. Harbourmaster’s orders. Zwolle is popular – and rightfully so.