Salty Zeeland

Zeeland, salt, water, nature… These are some of the words that characterise this beautiful province. Discover Zeeland on board one of our comfortable Linssen yachts.

This cruise takes you on a tour of (parts of) Europe’s largest saltwater lake, the Grevelingen, and the eastern part of the Eastern Scheldt. Would you like to sail for a few more hours? Then extend your trip and visit the western part with the famous Osterscheldekerung. An impressive spectacle, certainly from the water!

Space, salty water, seafood and distant views characterise this cruise.
Enjoy yourself!

  • Kids
  • Nature
Waterway type: 
  • Adventurous
Travel time: 
  • Week

Stop over destinations


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.

Oude Tonge

22 km
This cosy place has a small harbour in the middle of the village, from where all facilities are within walking distance. A nice place to spend the first night on the road.The next morning we enjoy the beautiful nature that the approx. 1.5 km long access water has on both sides. Large parts of the nature and the breeding areas of the birds are clearly visible from our viewing position behind the rudder.
Oude Tonge


28 km
The enormous diversity of the Grevelingen is evident from the huge choice of stops on this waterway. Like most old towns in Zeeland, Brouwershaven used to be a fishing village but was also a place of trade. The prosperity this brought has been beautifully preserved in beautiful gables and buildings along the harbour. Crystal-clear salt water, cosy little towns, islands with beautiful modern jetties in the middle of nature and all this without the influence of the tides. The Grevelingen, a true paradise for many!

Grevelingen (Archipel)

15 km
The Grevelingen offer a wide range of possibilities. So it is with great pleasure that we spend another wonderful day on this beautiful water today. Tonight, we will spend the night in the middle of nature on one of the many islands with mooring facilities. <Our island has the lovely name of "Archipelago" and, like many others, has a number of beautiful modern jetties where we can moor for the night. Far from habitation and light pollution, so with a bit of luck counting the stars should work well on a clear night!

Sint Annaland

27 km
The tides determine the rhythm of Sint Annaland, as the village has a tidal harbour on the Krabbenkreek. It is thus directly connected to the Oosterschelde, the largest National Park of the Netherlands. The marina and its facilities are particularly popular thanks to its perfect location. The marina's special features are a public secret. Restaurant Buutengaets is located in the marina and enjoys a good reputation. You can enjoy fresh Oosterschelde lobster on the rare and beautiful outdoor terrace by the water. Outside the harbour you can drop anchor for a swim or enjoy the tranquillity of the Krabbenkreek. In short, this harbour is a wonderful starting point for the waters of Zeeland.
St Annaland


23 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!

De Heen

36 km
The small, cosy marina in the middle of the reeds of the province of Brabant offers a wonderful base. Walk along paths through the bird paradise of Dintelse Gorzen or view the rich nature from the bird house in this walking area. There is also much to discover in Beneden Sas. Take a guided tour of the historic lock complex or climb the 15-metre staircase that has been built near the bunker to experience the nature reserve from above. Afterwards, you can quench your hunger or thirst in the beautiful farm garden of the Beneden Sas restaurant.
De Heen