Historic ship harbour

Gorinchem also has a historic ship harbour. Extending from the Linge harbour, in a quiet area on the far side of the Korenbrug bridge (at the foot of the Korenmolen windmill), you’ll find this lovely little harbor with its six historic ships. This harbour at the edge of the historic city centre is owned by the municipality, who leases the berths to the owners of these permanently occupied ships of historic value.

Staying overnight in the historic ship harbour

You can stay on board your boat overnight in this harbour, but…

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Gorinchem also has a historic ship harbour. Extending from the Linge harbour, in a quiet area on the far side of the Korenbrug bridge (at the foot of the Korenmolen windmill), you’ll find this lovely little harbor with its six historic ships. This harbour at the edge of the historic city centre is owned by the municipality, who leases the berths to the owners of these permanently occupied ships of historic value.

Staying overnight in the historic ship harbour

You can stay on board your boat overnight in this harbour, but please do consider your neighbours: these vessels are people’s homes. If you intend to raft alongside another boat, be sure to ask the owner’s permission first. If a resident boat owner has taken their vessel out for a sail, visiting boats can moor at the open berth for the night. There is no electricity or fresh water available for visiting boats though, given that these facilities are paid for by the resident boat owners. The harbour fee is the same as for the Linge harbour and all guests must report to the harbour master’s (havenkantoor).

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