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  • Koninklijke Dordtse Roei & Zeil Vereniging - KDRZV Koninklijke Dordtse Roei & Zeil Vereniging - KDRZV
    Royal Dordtse Rowing & Sailing Association. Pleasant rowing and sailing at unique locations in and around Dordrecht and in the middle of the center with your boat in the Nieuwe Haven. This is possible at the KDR&ZV. At the initiative of Prince Hendrik, after a sailing competition of the Royal Yacht Club in Dordrecht, the DR&ZV was founded by local shipbuilders and shipowners in 1851. We are now a thriving, broad water sports association, with a beautiful berth for our port members at the Nieuwe Haven and an excellent place to stay for passers-by. On the Spaar Basin , sailors enjoy their sport with Optimists, among others.And the rowers can be found at the Wantij . With over 100 boats and more than 450 members, the KDR&ZV is one of the largest rowing clubs in the Netherlands, with room for disabled rowers as well. Dordrecht, Netherlands
    https://www.kdrzv.nl/
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  • Koninklijke Nederlandsche Motorboot Club KNMC Koninklijke Nederlandsche Motorboot Club KNMC
    Koninklijke Nederlandsche Motorboot Club is the national association of motorboat owners that has enthusiastically represented the interests and interests of its members since its foundation in 1907. Four districts - each with its own consul - cover the whole of the Netherlands, so that from the Dollard to the Maas, KNMC members undertake activities together. The more than 25 tours every year offer a variety of waterways while the Netherlands is explored from its old waterway infrastructure. Responsible handling of flora and fauna in coastal and inland waters is inherent in all activities organized by the KNMC. Nieuwegein, Netherlands
    https://www.knmc.nl/
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  • Koninklijke Watersport Vereniging de Kaag Koninklijke Watersport Vereniging de Kaag
    Royal Watersports Association De Kaag. The association was founded in 1910 with the aim of organizing sailing and rowing competitions. At the time of its foundation, the association had 59 members. Since then, the membership has grown to about 1600 members. Competition sailing is still an important part, but motor boaters and sloop rowers are now also an important part of the association. The association has 3 marinas with 450 berths and a large number of shore stations. The association also offers possibilities to store the boat on a dinghy jetty. The pride of the association is the Kaagsocieteit. This association building is located along the Kagerplassen and is the base for, among other things, the nationally known Kaagweek. Warmond, Netherlands
    https://www.kwvdekaag.nl/
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  • KWVL Loosdrecht KWVL Loosdrecht
    The Vereeniging was founded on April 10, 1912. The fleet initially consisted of three wherries, but the board had intended to purchase various other vessels, including sailing boats, to organize competitions and to promote the interests of rowing and sailing as much as possible. to look after. A site on the Loosdrechtsedijk was purchased, on which a club building was built in a short time. The annual report states that at the end of 1912 more than 150 members had registered. In 2017, the Vereeniging, with more than 2150 members, celebrated its 105th anniversary. The most important activities of the Vereeniging are learning to sail and row, independent sailing and rowing and competitive sailing and rowing. It is our ambition to develop youth sailing to a top level in addition to recreational water sports. Several Dutch Championships take place at the Vereeniging. Loosdrecht, Netherlands
    https://www.kwvl.nl/
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  • Royal Dutch Sailing & Rowing Association Royal Dutch Sailing & Rowing Association
    The Koninklijke Nederlandsche Zeil- & Roeivereeniging was founded in 1847 and is the oldest water sports association in the Netherlands. In its history, the Royal has often been at the cradle of important developments and initiatives in water sports, such as the establishment of the Dutch Rowing Association (KNRB).and the Royal Dutch Water Sports Association ( KNWV ). The Royal Dutch Association is still the honorary presiding association of the Watersportverbond. The policy of the Royal Dutch is aimed at ensuring that all groups of members get their money's worth and to organize various activities for this purpose. In the first place, organizing competitions has been an important mission for many years. In addition, the Royal Netherlands supports sailing for the disabled where possible. Youth is also an important spearhead of the Royal. Instruction takes place in a professional manner by experienced members and external instructors. In addition to events for active sailors and rowers, a large number of events are also organized for members who no longer actively practice water sports. They can participate in many social activities throughout the year. Muiden, Netherlands
    https://www.knzrv.nl/
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  • Royal Maas Yacht Club Royal Maas Yacht Club
    The "Koninklijke Roei- en Zeilvereeniging 'De Maas'" (Royal Maas Yacht Club) was established in 1851 (see: History) and therewith it is one of oldest sailing clubs of the Netherlands. The "Vereeniging" possesses a spectaculaire clubhouse near the river 'Nieuwe Maas', from which river she derives her name. The present clubhouse was built in 1909. The Club can take pride in many successes in sailing sport competitions, among Olympic sailing matches. An superb performance was achieved by honorary member, Conny van Rietschoten (1926 2013), who, with his sailing yacht Flyer I and in succession with Flyer II, won the Whitbread Round the World Race twice. The famous race which is presently called the Volvo Ocean Race. Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    https://www.de-maas.nl/
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  • Watersportvereniging Arne Watersportvereniging Arne
    Welcome to Watersports Association Arne. We have been the Water Sports Association Arne for 60 years! WV Arne was founded on October 28, 1961 by a small group of enthusiastic water sports enthusiasts. Despite the doubt at the time whether a third association on Walcheren had any chance of existence, it grew with around 1200 members into one of the largest in the Netherlands. In the ports of Middelburg and Oostwatering (Veere) 250 and 360 boxes are rented out respectively. For children from 8 years old who want to become a member themselves or whose parent is a member of WV Arne, the Youth Sailing Committee organizes sailing courses in the Optimist in the spring and autumn. If you want to be even more serious about sailing, competitive sailing is the next step. You will have to deal with disciplines, classes, certificates, licenses and much more. Middelburg, Netherlands
    https://www.wvarne.nl/
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  • Watersportvereniging Braassemermeer Watersportvereniging Braassemermeer
    On March 22, 1918, a number of residents of Roelofarendsveen gathered to found a sailing club with the aim of organizing competitions. The water sports association Braassemermeer has its domicile on the Noorderhem in Roelofarendsveen, a harbor created by "peatification". Located on the standing mast route, it is a popular place for passers-by to stay for a few days. Especially in the summer and even during the holiday months, the Braassem is often an oasis of peace. The association has approximately 900 members and a marina with more than 200 berths for keel yachts and dinghy jetties for approximately 100 centreboard boats. The organization of training and competitions is of paramount importance to the association. Our association is a leader in the field of sailing training for young people in the Netherlands. A large part of the well-known Dutch top sailors and champions started on the Braassem in the Optimist. Sailing pleasure and team spirit are our top priorities. Roelofarendsveen, The Netherlands
    https://www.braassemermeer.nl/
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  • Watersportvereniging Breskens Watersportvereniging Breskens
    The Watersports Association Breskens (WVB) is an enthusiastic association based in the marina of Breskens. The competition committee organizes various competitions throughout the year and the recreation committee provides fun outings, courses and tours. Breskens, The Netherlands
    https://www.wvbreskens.nl/
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  • Watersportvereniging Brouwershaven Watersportvereniging Brouwershaven
    The water sports association Brouwershaven has the Grevelingen, the largest saltwater lake in Western Europe, as its sailing area. The Grevelingenmeer offers beautiful flora and fauna and is a challenging and varied sailing area for sporty and recreational water sports enthusiasts. The marina is located in the atmospheric monumental town of Brouwershaven, on the sheltered southern side of the lake. The association organizes numerous activities such as the Brouwse Classic's Regatta, mutual sailing competitions, youth sailing, tours, instruction workshops, courses and lectures. Brouwershaven, The Netherlands
    https://www.wvbrouwershaven.nl/
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  • Watersportvereniging Schiphol Watersportvereniging Schiphol
    Watersport Vereniging Schiphol (WVS) was founded on 7 June 1951 as the KLM sailing club Schiphol. On the harbor site, near the water, is the clubhouse and also a small recreation house, which can be rented by members of the WVS for a fee. Sailing has 12 club boats that are used for lessons and recreational sailing. Adults are taught spankers and randmeren. Especially for the advanced there is the opportunity to take lessons in lasers. A cabin boat can be rented for various parts of the day and days by those who have followed special lessons. Aalsmeer, The Netherlands
    https://wvschiphol.nl/
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  • Zeilvereniging Daan Fok uit Amersfoort Zeilvereniging Daan Fok uit Amersfoort
    Sailing association Daan Fok was founded on May 29, 1962, and is located in the cobbled city of Amersfoort. The association is intended for secondary school students of Het Nieuwe Eemland College and 't Hooghe Landt College. Our five boats are moored on the Loosdrechtse Plassen. Daan Fok is a small club of people, with room for about 56 members. In the best case scenario, you become a member in first class, and in the following years you are gradually trained to become a fully-fledged sailor. Amersfoort, The Netherlands
    http://daanfok.nl/
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