Netherlands » Flevoland, east & south / Netherlands

The waterways on and around southern Flevoland: Randmeeren (Drontermeer, Veluwemeer, Wolderwijd, Nuldernauw, Nijkerkernauw, Remermeer, Gooimeer) and the canals Hoge Vaart, Lage Vaart, Larservaart, Swiftervaart.


Flevoland, east & south / Netherlands: Characteristics & Overview

Rating of waterway

Degree of difficulty: Some experience is an advantage
Requirements: no rating
Character of waterway: back to nature, with urban surroundings
Profile of waterway: Used by tourists only
Facilities groundside: Good

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Ijsselmeer | Netherlands

Randmeeren van flevoland

Randmeren van Flevoland
Flevoland

Category of waters: II / 60 x 6.90
Waterkaart / waterway map: E / Randmeren & Flevoland
Length:  79 km
Lock dimensions: 85.00 x 9.50 / Locks: 3
Depth: 2.50
Head room: 12.70

Randmeren van Flevoland (Drontermeer / Veluwemeer / Wolderwijd / Nuldernauw / Nijkerkernauw / Eemmeer / Gooimeer
This is probably the most attractive leisure area for the people of Amsterdam, with many camping places and well equipped marinas. Because of the strong winds, it’s also a paradise for surfers and sailors.
Unfortunately, one can’t always count on a landing stage in high season.   

Lage Vaart / Lage Dwarsvaart / Swiftervaart

Lage Vaart
Flevoland

Category of waters: II / 60 x 8.00 m
Waterkaart: E / Randmeren & Flevoland
Length: 48 km / Locks: 4
Lock dimensions:  60 x 8.00
Head room: 5.90 / Depth: 2.40

The northwestern route across Flevoland is not very attractive but short. South of Lelystad exists a link over Lage Dwarsvaart to the marinas of the Ijsselmeer.

Hoge Vaart / Larservaart / Hoge Dwarsvaart | Flevoland

Hoge Vaart
Flevoland

Category of waters: II / 80 x 6 m
Length: 62 km / Locks: 2
Lock dimensions: 60 x 8.00 m
Head room: 5.40 / Depth: 2.40

This is the longest “vaart” in Flevoland, since a few years it’s connected with the Ijsselmeer over the new lock of von De Blocq van Kuffeler. It is, just like the other connections in Flevoland, a bit dull over long stretches.