Netherlands Eemmeer

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Gert Lucas

About this spot
The Eemmeer is a 1,340 ha peripheral lake between the Dutch provinces of Utrecht, Flevoland and North Holland that is jointly managed by Natuurmonumenten and Staatsbosbeheer. It runs from the Stichtse Brug (A27), the border with the Gooimeer, to the bend at Spakenburg where it continues as Nijkerkernauw. Off the coast of Spakenburg is a large wreck graveyard of former fishing ships.

The Eem flows into the Eemmeer. There are two islands: the Dead Dog and the Common Tern.

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