Eastern UK & London

For many, a challenge not soon done with a motor yacht: crossing the Channel, across the North Sea to the famous English coast. But it will certainly be worth it!

Climb on board with us and discover the east coast of England and its many beautiful places. We will sail up and down the small and large rivers and discover many beautiful places.

Willemstad

The fortified town of Willemstad spoils its visitors with a special combination of historical and culinary hospitality with numerous nice restaurants. Particularly interesting in terms of cultural history: the Mauritshuis, the Koepelkerk, the old town hall and the fortifications surrounding the city. And challenging through the rugged landscape, for example around the Hollandsch Diep. The marina provides a perfect base for your cruise.
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Wemeldinge

50 km
The port of Wemeldinge is located directly on the Oosterschelde and offers many modern facilities. The Canal through Zuid-Beveland, which connects the Oosterschelde and Westerschelde estuaries, is also just around the corner.

Breskens

90 km
The most south-westerly seaport of the Netherlands is Breskens. The starting point for many Channel crossers who want to rest a little before starting the crossing. Or the first point to tie up again. Fishing, shipbuilding and one of the larger stations of the Royal Dutch Lifesaving Boats (KNRM) find their home in Breskens.

Nieuwpoort

70 km
This town on the river IJzer has existed since the early Middle Ages and has amassed a tumultuous existence over the centuries. Best known in the history books is probably the Battle of Nieuwpoort in 1600, in the fights between the Republic of the Netherlands and the Spanish occupiers. Nowadays, the town is divided into the part around the harbour with its many charming restaurants and cafés and Nieuwpoort-Bad where many Belgians come to enjoy the beach.

Ramsgate

99 km

Queenborough

68 km

St. Katherine's Dock, London

76 km
Right in the heart of London, a stone's throw from Tower Bridge and many other of London's famous attractions. In other words, the perfect place to tie up and explore the city from the comfort of your own boat.

St. Katherine's Dock, London

Right in the heart of London, a stone's throw from Tower Bridge and many other of London's famous attractions. In other words, the perfect place to tie up and explore the city from the comfort of your own boat.

St. Katherine's Dock, London

Right in the heart of London, a stone's throw from Tower Bridge and many other of London's famous attractions. In other words, the perfect place to tie up and explore the city from the comfort of your own boat.

Teddington Lock

32 km
The Teddington Locks are a complex of locks and a weir a little higher up in the River Thames, above London. Built back in 1810, this is a great example of the technical developments and state of the art in the 19th century.

Shepperton Marina

16 km
Beautifully set in greenery and tucked away in a small labyrinth of lakes is Shepperton Marina. This cosy marina is also home to the English dealer of Linssen Yachts.

Windsor

28 km
A name many will be familiar with. The town situated on the south banks of the Thames has been "home" to one of the residences of England's royal family since the early Middle Ages. Its swans also have an almost worldwide fame.

Woodbridge

Blackwater River

The River Blackwater, an almost famous name to many North Sea sailors. This natural harbour, together with the Heybbridge Basin, forms one of the unique destinations on the East Coast of England that make the coast so attractive.

Southend

Thames Estuary

Ramsgate

55 km

Nieuwpoort

70 km
This town on the river IJzer has existed since the early Middle Ages and has amassed a tumultuous existence over the centuries. Best known in the history books is probably the Battle of Nieuwpoort in 1600, in the fights between the Republic of the Netherlands and the Spanish occupiers. Nowadays, the town is divided into the part around the harbour with its many charming restaurants and cafés and Nieuwpoort-Bad where many Belgians come to enjoy the beach.

Oostende

24 km
The super cosy seaside resort Ostend is located on the West Flemish coast. Its first traces go back as far as the 8th century and in the times since then, the city and its surroundings have gone through a lot. It played an important role in the many wars that raged in this region during the Middle Ages, but never flourished as much as nearby port cities. Nowadays, it is a busy seaside resort with super-fun streets around the old Mercator dock.

Vlissingen

56 km
Vlissingen, harbour town on the Westerschelde, has the longest sea promenade in the Netherlands, here you can almost touch the passing sea ships. Under the Spanish, new defences were built around the town, the Keizersbolwerk was built between 1548 and 1552, which can still be seen today next to today's Koopmanshaven. Dutch naval hero Michiel de Ruyter keeps an eye here, he worked his way up to become commander-in-chief of the Dutch fleet and won many sea battles. With the beach and sea within easy reach, Vlissingen is a lovely place to take in the fresh sea air.
Vlissingen

Yerseke

50 km
We land in the cradle of the Zealand oyster: Yerseke (pronounced "ierseke"). Even for those who are not necessarily culinary adepts, this place is absolutely worth a visit. The oyster museum and the explanation about the cultivation of this "salty gold" is fun for everyone. And if you are a fan of mussels, this port is of course an absolute "must". Salt and Zeeland really get their physical shape here!
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Willemstad

50 km
The fortified town of Willemstad spoils its visitors with a special combination of historical and culinary hospitality with numerous nice restaurants. Particularly interesting in terms of cultural history: the Mauritshuis, the Koepelkerk, the old town hall and the fortifications surrounding the city. And challenging through the rugged landscape, for example around the Hollandsch Diep. The marina provides a perfect base for your cruise.
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