PORT OF DEPARTURE:
Cadzand-Bad is a unique starting location for renting a sailing yacht. Marina Cadzand has only just opened and therefore everything is completely new and equipped with the most modern facilities. The boxes are extra spacious, which makes the mooring comfortable. The pontoons have LED lighting. Above the harbor office there is a classy restaurant and a take-out from where you have a beautiful view over the harbor and the adjacent beach.
At 9 am on the 1st sailing day or, in consultation with our base manager and according to availability, on the night before departure (does not apply to day trips).
Sleeping bag (or duvet) and pillow cover.
Shoes with colourfast soles, luggage must be a foldable travel bag.
– All-risk insurance (minus the exemption in case of damage and / or loss by the customer) + insurance for civil liability.
– Gas, detergent, kitchen towel, cleaning materials, …+ shore power (in our marina) + 2 autom. lifejackets per cabin
WHERE TO ?
Depending on the tide and the weather conditions you can sail to Belgium, the Netherlands, France or England.
Route possibilities along the North Sea coast to Belgium and France with crossing to England via the Pas de Calais:
From starting port Cadzand-Bad you sail 20 nautical miles to Ostend. From Ostend it’s about 25 miles to Dunkerk and again 15 miles to Calais, where you can cross the Channel to Dover in England.
Sail directly to England via the North Sea:
Cadzand-Bad is located on the North Sea coast at the southernmost tip of the Dutch coastline. An ideal starting location for a crossing to England. For example, it is 90 nautical miles to Harwich. It is 80 nautical miles to Dover and 95 miles to Lowestoft.
Sailing in Zeeland:
Of course, the waters of Zeeland such as the Westerschelde, Oosterschelde, the Grevelingen meer, the Veerse meer, the Haringvliet and the Hollands Diep are also easily accessible. If you rented a sailing boat in Zeeland before, you know how beautiful this part of the Netherlands is. If not, let yourself be surprised. On the site of the VVV
, you can read many good tips.