The Marina of Veere consists of two sections. The first is owned by the yacht club Veere and the second one after the bridge is owned by the municipality. The yacht club Veere has a capacity of 150 berths and an additional 50 berhts for passers-by.
Veere is a former trading town from the seventeenth century, also known as the Dutch ‘Golden Age’. On the wharfs, you’ll find many historic warehouses and cosy streets. These days, the focus for Veere is on water sports and day tourists.
Facilities Marina Veere
Veere is a beautiful and popular tourist town, situated at the Veerse Meer (Veerse lake). In the old days, heavy loaded ships with high value commodities from Schotland moored in Veere, a trading town that flourished in the 16th century. Nowadays, you’ll find modern yachts in its harbour.
- All berths feature electricity connection, Wifi and water
- Toilet and shower facilities
- Washers and dryers
- The possibility to dispose of oil, pump away bilgewater, emptying the dirty water tanks and the chemical toilets
- The Marina has an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
- For smaller, open boats, there are approximately 40 berths on dry land