Jachthaven Breskens

Jachthaven Breskens is situated at the estuary of the Western Scheldt

Situated on the coast of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen and on the border with Vlaanderen, the Jachthaven Breskens is the most ideal base for boat trips to and from France, the Flemish inlands and the Dutch Delta area. The Marina offers up to 580 permanent berths and 100 docking places for visitors. It is a beloved Marina for both sailing- and motor yachts, with excellent services and facilities.

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Breskens

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The ideal base for boat trips to and from France, the Flemish inlands and the Dutch Delta area.

A large Marina with 580 permanent berths and almost always space for passers-by. The combination of large motor boats and sailing yachts form a dynamic decor, with the fishing village of Breskens as its backdrop. The broad floating piers are equiped with water and electricity. You’ll find toilets, showers, washers and dryers in the sanitary buildings.

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The History

The village of Breskens was traditionally known to be a fishing village. By the start of the 1950’s, the number of recreational yachts at the fishing pier increased to approximately six or seven. Thanks to contributions of the local catering industry, complemented with a generous donation of the Bruxelles Royal Yachting Club and the help of all local sailers, our first Marina became a reality.

The surroundings

Around Breskens, there are a number of beautiful cycling routes, with stunning vistas over the sea, the dunes, the typical Dutch polders and many old creeks. Also worth your while are the surrounding villages of Groede, Nieuwvliet, Sluis and Cadzand. This last village is situated right next to the unique nature reserve Het Zwin. The vicinity of Belgian cities like Brugges, Knokke and Ghent make a trip to Zeeuws-Vlaanderen all the more appealing. Go across the border and visit one of those lovely and historic Belgian cities.