LocationPosted by Paul Verhallen 09 Jul, 2015 16:00:21
Boats and trailers shall be kept in their assigned places in the boat park.
Please note that the slipway is for public use and must stay clear for other people.
The slipway area is not to be used for carparking. Use the parking lot in front of the International Sailing Centre.
Parking of your car is only allowed directly in front of the International Sailing Centre.
No cars are allowed in the slipway area except on arrival and departure.
Camping close to the International Sailing Centre is allowed only in a specific area.
Campers will be parked in designated areas, tents will be situated on the grassland close to the International Sailing Centre.
The WC2015 camping badge is required and available at the registration desk for a small fee.
Toilets and showers of the International Sailing Centre are available.
In order to keep the surroundings clean we request you to use the offered facilities.
We kindly ask you not to use the toilets of the restaurant MED other than being a guest of the restaurant.
No open fire (including BBQ) is allowed on the camping lot.
LocationPosted by Paul Verhallen 19 Dec, 2014 13:06:06
West Friesland's oldest city
Lying amidst peace and quiet and expansiveness is Medemblik, the oldest city in West Friesland. The Regatta Centre and Water Sports Museum, where national and international sailing competitions are organized, add international allure to the town.
Historical and modern
In the centre you will find modern and historical hand in hand. Beautiful yachts and historical ships from the brown fleet tie up in the modern harbours of the historical inner city. Sitting on one of the terraces you can enjoy all that hustle and bustle on the water while you savour a delicious drink.
Museums and castle
The city has many museums; Castle Radbout, which dates back to the 13th century, occupies a prominent position. At the Baking Museum the most delicious delicacies are baked traditionally and at the Steam Mill you can learn everything about the evolution of the steam machine. Medemblik is also a stop for the Hoorn-Medemblik steam tram.
Those looking for peace and quiet can mount their bikes with a VVV cycle route in hand and make a trip over dikes, through old ribbon settlements and along traditional farmhouses. From the top of the dike you can look out across the endless IJsselmeer.