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Cruising the Canals & Rivers of the Netherlands on ORION: 1

by Tom Sommers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983284105, Paperback)

Traveling on the canals and rivers of Europe aboard your own vessel is an ideal way to visit as many as 14 countries and experience their culture and customs of life. Cities, villages and the countryside are often very accessible by natural or man-made waterways. Tom & Carol Sommers completed a season-long trip on the Dutch cruiser Orion through all twelve provinces of the Netherlands to research this cruising guide. Included are maps, photos, touring suggestions and how-to-do-it details. It is an essential handbook for those making a journey through the entire country or just one or two provinces.

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