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The point of Rozenburg, Netherlands
Netherlands

The point of Rozenburg is a recreational area on the land between the Nieuwe Waterweg and the Calandkanaal. All seaships that have business in the port of Rotterdam have to pass this point. The Stenaline has it's home here (the ferry to Harwich England).

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Uploaded: 07/03/2010
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Tags: sea shipping; canal; holland; netherlands; stena line; ferry; recreation; rozenburg; noth sea; shipping
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