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The Celtic word “Ganda” means “confluence” and that is no coincidence. In fact, Ghent lies at the confluence of the rivers Lys and Scheldt. Rivers and canals have played a crucial role in the development of the city. The past few years many efforts have been made to give the city’s waterways a new lease of life, making Ghent even more attractive. Discover this city along the water from the water!

Snepkaai

Snepkaai Gent

This yacht marina near the Blaarmeersen Sports and Recreation Park is reserved for club members only.

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Langerbrugge yacht marina

 Jachthaven Langerbrugge Gent

The Langerbrugge yacht marina is located along the Ghent-Terneuzen canal (across the Schifferdok) in an old canal arm, well-shielded from the heavy surge caused by professional boating.

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Canoe tours

Nomad & Rebel Gent

Are you a sporty person? Do you have an adventurous side and are you a fan of culture and romance? Then this is the ideal way for you to explore the city from different angle!

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Canoe and kayak tours

Kano- en kajaktochten

On the accompanied canoe and kayak tours offered by the city of Gent, you can paddle down the Leie past the picturesque Afsnee or right into the historical centre.

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Cruise 4 Two

Cruise 4 Two

Cruise 4 Two rents a luxury yacht with captain to small groups (up to 10 persons) or couples looking for a cruise for two.

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iboat.be

iboat.be CC Studio De Waele Gent

iboat.be takes you on a cruise through the Ghent city centre and its beautiful surroundings, tailoring the trip to suit your wishes.

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