Covid Information Waterland

As of 14 October 2020

Basic rules in the Netherlands

Coronavirus and Waterland

The most up to date measures can be found on the site of the dutch government

The harbor is open to water sports enthusiasts, passers-by and campers. The crane company continues: taps in and out of the water can be done remotely by the customer. The sanitary facilities are open at both locations.

Practical information:

  • Stay home if you have symptoms. 
  • The harbor office of the Waterland location is open 7 days a week. Monday-Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. We can be reached by telephone, intercom or email ( The harbor office of the Hemmeland location is open during the week between 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM.
  • At the harbour office you can desinfect your hands before you enter and we would like to ask you to wear a face mask.
  • Don't forget your harbor card and bring coins to top it up at the toilet building (location Waterland)
  • We only open the gate / gate for registered visitors / service companies
  • The site remains closed without a tag or registration
  • People must keep a distance of 1.5 meters from each other. An exception to this is when they run a household together
  • A maximum of four adults inside/outside/on board is allowed
  • Please follow the guidelines of the Waterland Team
  • Keep your distance and give each other space

Due to the Corona virus, we have sent out extra newsletters. You can find it via these links:

Chartering at Waterland

Check is no longer possible as it used to be, which is why we have developed a new form of check in: you will receive information about the boat and the rules surrounding the charter in advance by email. Do you have questions? Contact us for advice.

If you booked sailing trip before March 15, 2020 and you cannot come due to the corona measures, please contact us for the possibilities. The Hiswa cancellation conditions apply to bookings after this date.

You can sail when you are healthy and follow the basic rules. These can be found on the website of the Dutch government.