Cruising Ghent-Terneuzen Canal
The Ghent-Terneuzen Canal has been Ghent’s link to the North Sea since the 19th century, and is your gateway to one of Belgium’s most handsome and charismatic cities.
Stretching from the Dutch city of Terneuzen at the Western Scheldt estuary to the heart of Ghent, this busy, 19-mile waterway winds its way through the beautiful Belgian countryside and offers fantastic views as your ship glides through.
En route, you’ll pass under bridges, through impressive locks, sail by several industrial towns which are dotted along the banks of the canal and even cross the border between the Netherlands and Belgium.
Cruises to Cruising Ghent-Terneuzen Canal
Departs: Dover • Mon 18 May 2020
7 nights • Boudicca • D2011
- In typical Fred. Olsen fashion, you’ll get closer to the quintessential highlights of four charming Dutch and Belgian cities and experience hours of memorable scenic river cruising on this seven-night sailing.
- In Belgium, sail the picturesque Western Scheldt River to Antwerp, with its legendary diamonds and chocolate shops; then visit medieval Ghent, renowned for its historic churches and mighty spires.
- Two days in the Netherlands begins with a call at Amsterdam, home to world-famous canals, museums and galleries; before energetic Rotterdam brings a futuristic end to your rewarding adventure.
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