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P24 Veere.......the YC of course serves excellent food as well as having a bar. Worth mentioning there are now no provisioning shops at all, not even a baker, the whole place has been taken over by tourist-oriented shopping.
P25 Delta Marina - most expensive moorings we found....loo/shower 'hall' like a palace....anyway, there is a good selection of shops and eateries in Kortgene, plus wifi at the marina although for some reason I could not get on.
P27 St. Annaland.....Large marina; restaurant on site reputed to be one of the best in Holland but has prices to match. Excellent loo block, bikes for hire, free wifi, chandler. On entry to marina, head round to right, first pontoon encountered is place to stop and contact HM for instructions. Nice little town, large supermarket, small bars and cafes.
P33 Herkingen.....worth mentioning that the alternative marina, to the left, is perfectly acceptable - in fact we prefer it, it's quieter and very friendly. In 1944 a British airman crashed on the endge of the town, and he is touchingly remembered with a street named after him and he is buried in the local cemetary.

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Warten, Friesland

The main change in our area is that they have removed the fixed bridge to N. of Warten and replaced it with an aquaduct so that there is a fixed mast route for most vessels (there is a maximum beam limitation) through the village. There is work in hand to build a new fixed mast route through Grou, bypassing Wegea, and joining up at the new aquaduct. Knowing the speed of Dutch engineering works this will be probably be completed by next year.