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Eiland van Maurik is a campsite with a marina in Holland with particularly good facilities. The stable floating footbridges provide space for about 500 small and large boats.
Marina in Holland with particularly good equipment
Eiland van Maurik is a campsite with a marina in Holland with particularly good facilities. The stable floating footbridges provide space for about 500 small and large boats. The water depth at most moorings is approx. 4 m. They all have a power connection and there are fixed water points on the jetties. Of course, the footbridges are also illuminated. In addition, there are enough parking spaces and there is the possibility to let small boats on the trailer ramp to the water.
Marina with a lot of facilities The central harbor building houses many facilities. You will find our very well equipped sanitary facilities with toilets, vanities and showers, but also the laundromat. The building is pleasantly tempered by the underfloor heating in pre- and post-season. Of course, the harbor master also has his office here. Our marina in the Netherlands also has a petrol station. At this offers the opportunity to refuel diesel and premium gasoline. It can also be pumped out wastewater and bilge water here.
Location Marina Good central location in the Netherlands On a separate arm of the Lower Rhine is the very spacious, modern marina in Holland by Eiland van Maurik. Due to its central location in the Netherlands, you have a wide choice of boat routes. The extensive recreation area is also ideal for day trips. Upstream you will find, after not so long, the cities of Rhenen, Wageningen and Arnhem. the very pretty Geldersche IJssel can drive down in the direction of Doesburg and Zutphen. Downstream is the beautiful Hanseatic city of Wijk bij Duurstede. You can follow the Lek in the direction of Schoonhoven or sail through the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal and on the Vecht to Utrecht.