This town’s big tourist attraction is walking on the mudflats. But what’s it like for sailing? The shallow North Sea is good for up to five hours around high tide – as usual, a little longer with a kiteboard. As an alternative option for showing off, the basin behind the dyke doesn’t dry out at low tide. In good weather there’s an appreciative crowd here – just don’t forget that the banks are concrete!
Kite and Windsurfing Guide