Seaside holidays 15: Zeeland What is this handbill advertising? How will passengers get there? Expand This early 20th century handbill, produced by the Zeeland Steamship Company, is advertising excursions to Walcheren, Holland by steamship via the Folkestone Harbour to Flushing route. Did you know? Zeeland is a province of the Netherlands. Zeeland means "Sealand" in Dutch. New Zealand was named for Zeeland after Dutch Explorer Abel Tasman, who sighted New Zealand. As well as the ferry ticket, passengers can book meals and hotel accommodation. Here is the other side of the handbill: Which Dutch towns and attractions can you visit? Here is a Dutch poster advertising the route: Vlissingen is the Dutch name for Flushing.