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Alkmaar

 

In the city centre

Kanaalkade. Maximum length: 130 metres
Noorderkade. Maximum length: 120 metres
Voormeer. Maximum length: 90 metres

Four discharge points 

Underground waste containers 

2 x 32 A
4 x 16 A

One water tap, around 3 m³ per hour 

Only stops are allowed, no parking

Information about the harbour:
The conditions set by the Province of North Holland for using the Noordhollandsch Kanaal channel determine that boats may have a length of 86 metres, beam of 9.5 metres and draught of 2.85 metres at most. In other cases, dispensation is needed from the Province of North Holland. Please consult Mr van Loo on +31 23 514 52 96 for more information.

Contact  Harbour office Alkmaar
Ms Jackelien Stam
Phone number +31 72 520 00 14
+31 6 52 49 30 61
Email gvb-havensmarkten@alkmaar.nl
JStam@alkmaar.nl
Link website www.havensinalkmaar.nl

A great town in the heart of North Holland
Are you planning on visiting Alkmaar? Then of course you should not miss the famous Alkmaar cheese market on Fridays on the Waagplein (www.kaasmarkt.nl), but Alkmaar is also a wonderful city to visit on any other day. The historic centre has around 400 monuments and is a perfect location to enjoy the historic atmosphere, but also to shop; you'll find the most interesting shops in Alkmaar. In the Langestraat and Laat you will find the bigger and well known store chains. But don’t miss out on the smaller stores and boutiques in d’Oude Stad (Old City). Alkmaar also has a large number of restaurants, many with cosy outdoor seating. Enjoy wonderful museums and events during your stay, such as Kaeskoppenstad.

 

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Latest News

Victory Festival Alkmaar

2-10-2018 15:30:29

Let us take you back to 1573. The Netherlands wants to become independent from Spain, but the Spanish rulers do not agree with that. On August 21 they surround Alkmaar, with the plan to teach the rebellious city dwellers a lesson.

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Lelystad on the rise

17-10-2018 15:05:50

"In Lelystad and the surrounding area we have much more touristy charm than the cruise world currently realizes. We are also becoming easier to reach and there are beautiful sights and nice hospitality establishments. But we have been too modest for too long, while recreation and tourism will become increasingly important for our economy. We now have a promising strategic plan in place to attract more visitors to our vibrant and exciting city. "

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