Strijensas - Moerdijk Strijensas is a picturesque town in the Hoeksche Waard, known for its historic lock, bridge and beacon. Moerdijk is a village located in Brabant on the other side of the Hollandsch Diep strait. Up until 1820, a ferry also sailed between these villages. This was key connection at the time between the South Holland Islands and North Brabant. Since 2016, captain Jan Blokland has been operating this ferry connection with the Lucretia, a spacious punt from 1973, measuring almost 15 metres. Take a seat and enjoy the beautiful trip across the Hollandsch Diep strait. Sailing period 6 May up until and including 24 September 2023. Sailing days May, June and September: Saturdays and Sundays. July and August: Wednesday through to Sunday. Extra sailing days: Thursday 18 May (Ascension Day), Friday 19 May and Monday 29 May (Whit Monday). Up to 12 people per departure are permitted, and there is room for up to 12 bicycles. The crossing takes approximately 20 minutes. The ferry connects to the following cycling network points: 29 (Strijen), and 27 and 37 in the Hoeksche Waard. When coming from Moerdijk, this is junction 39.