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De combinatie watersport and Jachthaven

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De combinatie watersport and Jachthaven

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There is room for about 8 yachts at the jetty and 5 along the sheet piling, in total there is now room for about 15 yachts, some of which are side by side. Both in summer and winter, with earthing and the possibility of storing water, the shops are also within walking distance.

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53.16235 N, 6.87723 E
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Active Winter Community?
Yes
Manoeuvrability
Fair
Approaches & Channel Marking
Fair
Dock Type
Floating
Depth at MLW
< 2m
Current/Tidal Flow
Negligible
Port of Entry
Yes
Visitor Berths
Yes
Telephone
0598-451282
Weather
Sat
5AM - 9AM
25 May 2024
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E 6 knots increasing to 9 knots. Gusts up to 17 knots.
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13–15°C
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Chance of showers
Sat
9AM - 1PM
25 May 2024
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E 7–10 knots.
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Increasing from 16 to 19°C
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Cloudy
Sat
1PM - 5PM
25 May 2024
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E 8–10 knots.
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19°C
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Chance of showers
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Marina sailing club Neptunus Delfzijl The marina Neptunus is accessible via the harbor canal. When you come out of the sea lock of Run-up to the marina of KZRV NeptunusDelfzijl via the Eemskanaal , you go to port after the braking works. After the lock, which you can reach on VHF 26, change to Kanaal 3 of Radar Delfzijl. When you come from the Eems, you first pass the entire industrial area via the harbor canal, with Aldel as the first with its striking transport tube and silo. Now you follow, after theHarbor office KZRV Neptunus Delfzijljunction at the sea lock, the route to the inner harbor of Delfzijl. Behind the Sander-Niestern dry buckets you will see the Urk jetty. This is used by inland shipping and on weekends by the fishing fleet. The marina is located behind this jetty. With a sharp bend around the last dry dock, the floating harbor office comes into view. Red / green signs indicate on the building whether a berth is available. When the point of the sign in the box with the green point is up, it is free. Neptunus is a real association port. With more than 4000 passers-by per year, it is clear that Delfzijl is a great stop-over for water sports enthusiasts who are passing through to the northeast or southwest. However, if you look at the facilities of the port, a longer stay is warranted. Under the floating harbor office, where the always friendly harbor master Bram Kanon is housed, you can refuel with diesel and there is also an extraction point for your waste water tank. The sturdy floating jetties, which are located in a tidal port, are supplied with electricity and water. The jetties are also illuminated at night. At the end of the long jetty you will find the floating club building. Here are the showers, toilets and washer / dryer. There is even a disabled toilet available. All these facilities look pico bello. Many marinas can take this as an example. The association also has a cozy bar with a terrace. Unfortunately, the clubhouse is open to a limited extent.
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