I see little Dutch elements in the video, but yes we had centuries of Dutch/British rivalry, but also some rivalry with the Spanish and Portuguese. We had many see battles with the British on the North sea.
For instance Pieter Pietersen Hein (25 November 1577 – 18 June 1629) was a Dutch admiral and privateer for the Dutch Republic during the Eighty Years' War. Hein was the first and the last to capture a large part of a Spanish treasure fleet from America.
For some reason I was unable to access the correct url, for in stead, it would come up with history of the United States..
But gathered from the replies of both Peter and J.J. for some understanding of what I had missed.
My self would tend to believe that as with currant and past sea going and shipping that is the life blood of the Netherlands would in self bring conflict upon the high seas between Dutch shipping.. With this for as the Dutch East India Company, an early Global trading company would come in to conflict with the British and Portuguese competative trading companies.
thanks for your contribution about Dutch-English rivalry. Karl was good in pointing out that the video in my post had a broken link. I repaired it so far. I think that 10 minutes videos cannot grasp all of the history. For instance it does not even talk about Dutch being in New Zealand and then abandoning it since they did not find anything interesting it looks.