Johan Huibers , Water Technology Scout at Arc of Noah

Bilateral Meetings

  • 08.12.2013 Sunday (04:15 pm - 06:00 pm)

Arc of Noah
Noah’s Arc is a replica of the oldest and largest wooden ship in the world. This life-sized Noah’s Arc opened in July 2012. For most people, Noah’s Arc is a theme park, but it was constructed with a different purpose.

The Arc was built by Johan Huibers, a contractor from a small village in the Netherlands. In 1992, he dreamt that the waves of the ocean washed over the Netherlands during a great storm. The dream was followed by more signs, meaning he had to rebuild the Arc. However, this time the Arc is not meant to save people from a global flood as Noah did 4000 years ago, but to tell people that there is a God who loves us, and that He has a plan for our lives.

Aboard Noah’s Arc the guests can go back in history and will experience how Noah and his family must have lived. This vessel is made in the same dimensions as Noah’s original Arc, approximately 30 meters wide, 23 meters high and 135 meters long. The Arc is approximately 20.000 square meters in size with showcases and presentations about Noah’s history, scientific background information, various themed paintings, cinemas and a restaurant.

Country: Netherlands


City: Broek op Langedijk ,Prins Hendrikkade 24, 1721 AK Google map

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