The visitors of Oerol walk through the dune area to eventually arrive at the viewpoint.
During the walk you walk along stacks of coloured fishing nets that are scattered in the landscape. They are discarded fishing nets that have been used intensively by fishermen on Dutch fishing boats.
Arriving at the viewpoint, the visitor turns to look across the dune landscape to the Northern coast. In the middle of the landscape is a gigantic fishing boat.
Different stacks of nets form continuous areas of colour that together form the image of a fishing boat. The mast that is actually drawn crooked in the landscape looks like a straight mast on the ship from the vantage point.
In the dune landscape are a few smaller 'boats' that are also drawn with fishing nets, if they were.
The view is reminiscent of a watercolour where the colourful boats in the green / brown landscape have found surreal tranquility under a picturesque sky.