Harbours

Harbours for River Cruises

 

Harbours for Sea Cruises

 

't Luitje (Zierikzee)

This beautiful harbour in the centre of Zierikzee has recently been renovated (2013) and now has a number of automated facilities. It is situated in the city centre, one that is well-known for its numerous historical buildings. Zierikzee is currently the 8th most important historical city of the Netherlands preceded by larger cities such as Amsterdam, Leiden, Maastricht and Haarlem.

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Buitenhaven (Vlissingen)

Buitenhaven (Vlissingen)

This harbour is particularly suitable for cruise ships, not only because of its strategic location and facilities, but also because of its proximity to the station and the centre of Vlissingen, the A58 and its connections to the rest of the country. A wide variety of excursions depart from this harbour and it has plenty of scope for local infrastructure.

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Beurtvaartkade (Terneuzen)

Beurtvaartkade (Terneuzen)

In the 12th century, the city of Terneuzen was called Ter Nose, a name that was first recorded in 1325. At the time, the so-called Gentse Vaart ran from Terneuzen to Ghent, but during the pacification of Ghent, the city fell into the hands of the Dutch States Army. What is now the market was once the harbour, first mentioned as far back as 1460. 

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Kanaalweg Westzijde (Veere)

Kanaalweg Westzijde (Veere)

On the south side of Veerse Meer Lake you´ll find the historical town of Veere and Marina Veere. Set in the Zeeland Delta where waters from the Rhine, Maas and Schelde rivers meet the North Sea, this marina is only 60 miles away from Dunkirk in France. 

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Koningsweg (Vlissingen)

Koningsweg (Vlissingen)

This harbour is located opposite the Timmerfabriek, an industrial building that once played an important part in Vlissingen´s rich maritime history. A 10 minute walk through this maritime past will take you to the city centre, or you could catch the solar-powered train; also just 10 short minutes from the centre of Vlissingen and its 300 historical buildings and monuments.

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Loskade (Middelburg)

Loskade (Middelburg)

Middelburg is the provincial capital of the Zeeland. It is situated between Amsterdam and Antwerp, and has played an important part in Dutch history since the Golden Age. During this period, Middelburg grew into one of the most important trading cities in the Netherlands. 

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Piet Heinkade (Vlissingen)

This harbour is situated next to the locks in Vlissingen. It is only a short walk from Vlissingen´s maritime centre and 10 minutes on foot from the maritime heritage in Perry´s Dock (Dok van Perry). It is the perfect place to start a guided tour of the city, on bike or on foot.

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Vluchthaven (Bruinisse)

Vluchthaven (Bruinisse)

The harbour in Bruinisse is the Vluchthaven, situated on the Keeten/Zijpe waterway. It is a rectangular harbour with two piers (12.2 ha). There is a landing quay on Vluchthavenweg road, and there are a number of old stages in the northern part of the harbour for inland vessels looking for somewhere to moor. There are 13 berths for fishing vessels on the side of the harbour closest to the Oosterschelde estuary.

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