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Mathias Bölckow (04.06.2014, 22:38)
Hello,
sorry for writing english. Answers in english, simple dutch or german
welcome.

I am planing a trip from Hamburg to Schiermonnikoog. The jouney is already
organised beyond Lauwersoog and it was no problem to buy a train-ticket
Hamburg (D) to Winsum (NL) for me and my 9year old daugther (<50 EUR incl.
ICE-trains). But Winsum - Lauwersoog seems to be difficult. Not the
timetable but the ticket.
Looks like I do need an OV-Chipkaart for both of us, what will cost 2 ×
7,50 EUR + Fee of 2 × 5,90 for the ticket? 26,80 EUR for 25km? Wow!
Or did I get something wrong?
9292 has lots of information but no helpful structure an not. The
advertisments have correctly found out, I am from Germany and in Germany.
9292 does not give any support for people not living in NL exept
information in english language.

Thank you for your help.
AvdB (05.06.2014, 12:17)
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> Hello,
> sorry for writing english. Answers in english, simple dutch or german
> welcome.
> I am planing a trip from Hamburg to Schiermonnikoog. The jouney is already
> organised beyond Lauwersoog and it was no problem to buy a train-ticket
> Hamburg (D) to Winsum (NL) for me and my 9year old daugther (<50 EUR incl.
> ICE-trains). But Winsum - Lauwersoog seems to be difficult. Not the
> timetable but the ticket.
> Looks like I do need an OV-Chipkaart for both of us, what will cost 2 ×
> 7,50 EUR + Fee of 2 × 5,90 for the ticket? 26,80 EUR for 25km? Wow!
> Or did I get something wrong?


I have no local knowledge, but I do know it is often possible to buy a
ticket without owning a chipcard.
After a quick search I found Qbuzz, which looks promising for you. You will
need to investigate further to be sure.

I found the following journey:
Walk from station Winsum to Priorstraat
Take bus 163 (Qbuzz) towards Holwerd.

Price when using the OV-Chipcard: ?3,27 for the child and ?4,99 for you
Price without an OV-chipcard: ?5,00 each

How did I find this information:
[..]
This page suggested qbuzz to me

[..]

Take the bus, not the train or a combination. After planning your journey
you will need to scroll through the various offered selections.

You may want to travel from Station Groningen instead. The price for a
single (non OV-chipcard) ticket will be higher (?8,00 instead of ?5,00), but
it is probably much easier to find the bus.

[..]

hope this helps, viel spaß
Mathias Bölckow (06.06.2014, 00:19)
Am Thu, 5 Jun 2014 12:17:00 +0200 schrieb AvdB:

> I have no local knowledge, but I do know it is often possible to buy a
> ticket without owning a chipcard.
> After a quick search I found Qbuzz, which looks promising for you. You will
> need to investigate further to be sure.


Ah yes. This was the important information.

> Take the bus, not the train or a combination. After planning your journey
> you will need to scroll through the various offered selections.


Train was not the problem, as I could get easyly a ticket at the DB counter
in Germany.

> You may want to travel from Station Groningen instead. The price for a
> single (non OV-chipcard) ticket will be higher (¤8,00 instead of ¤5,00), but
> it is probably much easier to find the bus.


Well, I have been there before but always by car and decades ago by
bicycle. I do know about the busses and timetables are easy. I think Winsum
is that big that I might get lost. It is more a question if we have had
lunch already and where to find patat med pindasaus.

But I was told, that there may be difficulties als the great Strippenkaart
was replaced by the Chipkaart. And I am sure to forget the Chipkaart on my
next trip, as I always did in earlier times with my Gulden from the journey
before.

Dank je wel!
AvdB (06.06.2014, 04:04)
"Mathias Bölckow" <usenet02.nospam> schreef in bericht
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> Am Thu, 5 Jun 2014 12:17:00 +0200 schrieb AvdB:
>> Take the bus, not the train or a combination. After planning your journey
>> you will need to scroll through the various offered selections.

> Train was not the problem, as I could get easyly a ticket at the DB
> counter
> in Germany.


Between Winsum and Lauwersoog. Several options are presented, and I
suggested to choose one with bus only.
Johannes (09.06.2014, 22:45)
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> "Mathias Bölckow" <usenet02.nospam> schreef in bericht
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> I have no local knowledge, but I do know it is often possible to buy a
> ticket without owning a chipcard.
> After a quick search I found Qbuzz, which looks promising for you. You
> will need to investigate further to be sure.


> I found the following journey:
> Walk from station Winsum to Priorstraat


Or take bus 65 (direction Zoutkamp) to the Priorstraat (only 2 minutes)

> Take bus 163 (Qbuzz) towards Holwerd.


But no farther than Lauwerswoog Ferry.

Instead of this it might be easier to travel by train to Leeuwarden and from
there qou can take a direct bus (line 50) to the ferry boat in Lauwersoog.
The bus trip takes one hour.
It's a longer journey, but much easier and you have less chance to miss a
connection.
[..]
Johannes (11.06.2014, 09:15)
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[..]
> from there qou can take a direct bus (line 50) to the ferry boat in
> Lauwersoog. The bus trip takes one hour.
> It's a longer journey, but much easier and you have less chance to miss a
> connection.


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iMark (11.06.2014, 23:00)
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To be perfectly honest, the easiest way is to avoid taking the train
from Groningen to Winsum and instead use the direct bus service from
Groningen to Lauwersoog which connects with the ferry to
Schiermonnikoog.

Groningen dep. 11.19 14.19 17.17
Lauwersoog Harbour arr. 12.18 15.18 18.18

Lauwersoog Harbour dep. 12.30 15.30 18.30
Schiermonnikoog arr. 13.14 16.14 19.14

The bus service connects at Groningen with the Arriva train from Leer
(Ostfr).
The bus service is Qbuzz 163 from Groningen to Lauwersoog Harbour. The
buses depart from stop W at the station in Groningen.
[..]

You can buy a ¤8,00 ticket from the bus driver. (No need to buy a OV
Chipkaart.) These tickets are called 'Eurokaartje' and you pay for the
number of zones travelled (either ¤2, ¤5 or ¤8, depending on distance
and duration of the journey).
With a "Eurokaartje' one adult can take two children age 4-11 for free
with him/her.

You can find a map of the Qbuzz service here:
here:[..]
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