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In our easily accessible and well protected harbour, you are welcome the whole year round.As a practical stop on your way to France, the Netherlands or England, or for a longer stay to discover the region, in the KYCN  everybody is welcome!


On the adjacent plan you can find the exact location of the KYCN. In the video you’ll be able to follow how to sail into the harbor. Upon entering the harbor channel you keep to starboard and will as such enter the KYCN. After the six pontoons, you’ll enter a larger basin where the visitors pontoon is located on port side and our harbor masters will be ready to welcome you and give you a permanent spot. If you wish to sail through directly to your spot, you can contact our harbor masters on VHF channel 31.

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In the following detailed plan, you’ll find the different facilities at your disposal. In our fully equipped sanitary block, you’ll also find washing machines. On the visitors pontoon, you’ll be able to fill up on diesel, and our boat lift is also at your disposal. At 500m walking distance, you’ll find a large supermarket for your groceries. The restaurant of our yacht club, d'Oude Yachthaven, is happy to welcome you for a delicious meal, don’t hesitate to book a spot!

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In Nieuwpoort there’s something to do for everyone. The beach is easily accessible by the boardwalk along the harbour channel, or the tram. In Nieuwpoort-bad you’ll be able to go shopping. Plenty of cultural activities can be enjoyed as well in Nieuwpoort. The Albert-I monument and the Westfront museum located underneath give you a great explanation of the important function that Nieuwpoort had in World War I. Lastly, beautiful historical cities such as Ieper, Brugge and Veurne are also located relatively close to Nieuwpoort. For more information you can have a look at the visitors brochure.

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