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Jachthaven Oostwatering
Polredijk 13-B, 4351 RT Veere, The Netherlands

T:+31 (0)1 1850 1665
F:+31 (0)1 1850 1984
Contact:Mr Hanemaaijer

LAT/LONG 51°33.5'N/03°38.91'E
Port Photo

The Veerse Meer is a large area of non-tidal water, cut off from the sea by the delta barrage that protects the low-lying part of south Holland from flooding. The enormous lake, the former Schelde Estuary, is a paradise for yachtsmen, and Veere is one of the most popular small towns. All vessels arriving from the sea must first pass through the tidal barrage via the Roompotsluis lock. Once in the Oosterschelde, yachts turn right and enter the Veerse Meer through the Zandkreek lock. Veere is also accessible via the Walcheren Canal from Vlissingen, which is one of the easiest ways to enter the Dutch inland waterway system.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
High season
Int'l airport
30m+ berths
Low season
Alongside & Stern-to
Max length
Max draught
No limit
Max beam
No limit
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; sewage removal; parking; WiFi
Welcome to Superports!

With data on more than 600 Superyacht marinas, the Dockwalk team is pleased to present its online Superports directory.

Previously only available in print, the Superports directory contains information including contact details, facilities at the berth and local services. It also provides vital logistical information such as lat/long co-ordinates, berth numbers and sizes, prices and distances to local airports.

What's more, the whole thing works with Google mapping. Select a region or enter a location, rollover an anchor and see the name, location and photo of the marina. Click on it to load all the info on your chosen marina.

When you've chosen a marina, you'll notice a list of local services classifications in the right hand column. Right now it's fairly empty. That's where you come in.

We're building the site around our users, and we want to publish the things that are most useful to you. As you travel around the world, you can recommend the best bars, friendliest agents, most efficient electricians and the quickest taxis - to name but a few. And as the directory builds up, you can look up services that have been recommended by other Captains and Crew.

So if you've had a great night out, found the best surf shop or been impressed with an emergency repair, click on the Recommend A Local Service link and share it with crew around the world.