All those years a pile of 6mm. steel measuring a hundred square meters was gradually being hatched away by an Ukrainian and Polish welder to be transformed into new cabins, new boards and a new anchor room. The Saint Bernard Cultural Foundation did a great job funding it. Their ship got slowly ready for Narragonia. Then, a nice day, the first tram ten arrived at Azart Square: The End of Tram Ten, The Beginning of a World Trip. The Amsterdam music group “Virtuoze Matroze” made a special song for the very first ride that was reserved for the crew & guests for a special view of ‘Voyage to Narragonia’ in the Westergasfabriek cinema at the other end. Later, the Saturday early morning tram used to be parked straight in front of the ship, waiting for the last guests stumbling out of the hull. Still later, the Fools showed every week a one-minute video of their trip to Morocco on the screens of all Amsterdam trams.
Production of several animation and short films
IN COUNCIL OF EUROPE
THE VERY LAST SHIP IN SCHEVENINGER SHIPYARD
In her centenary history the Ship Azart (SCH4) has been there countless times on the “Scheveninger Hellingwerf”
As this wharf was going to be dismantled for modern urbanisation Azart was invited for a free maintenance visit