Nowhere in the world are so many historic, interesting towns and cities linked by waterways as in Belgium, northern France and the southern Netherlands. Our charter bases are located in Kinrooi near Maaseik in Belgium Limburg, Beernem near Bruge or in Kuurne (Kortrijk), West-Flanders, you can combine relaxation with culture in a stylish manner, as you are close to cities such as Düsseldorf, Aachen, Amsterdam or Brussels. The peaceful waterways lead through beautiful countryside to well-known towns such as Brugge and Gent as well as idyllic spots such as Diksmuide, Oudenaarde and Veurne. Once across the Limburg Border Meuse, you reach the cities of Liège, Maastricht and Roermond. There you can visit interesting museums or just have a great time shopping in Maasmechelen, Roermond or Lille outlet centers. And of course you can also try out the restaurants and their culinary highlights, such as the uniquely abundant range of fantastic Belgian beers and chocolates. It‘s no coincidence that Belgians are referred to as bon viveurs.
Flanders in Belgium, the country of chocolate, beer and splen-did waterways. With 950 km of canals, it is probably one of the densest waterway networks in Europe. These waterways link many tourist cities, but also small charming hamlets. But they all have one thing in common: you sail through and berth at the heart of these communities, where you will be a welcome guest. Wherever you are, you can enjoy the hospitality, the gastronomy, the historical and modern architecture. And should you wish to swap the pleasant tourist spots for a bit of peace and quiet, then berth at a jetty in the open countryside.