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This week, in the Rhine close to home, water did rise to 12.40m NAP (approx. sea level). To give you a reference to my floor in the living room is at 10.60m NAP. Don’t worry, we are still dry behind the dykes This water level, which is a once in every five-year event, only flows over the summer dykes. The winter dykes can keep on other 3 m of water at bay.

For us, kayakers, it gives a nice expanse of water and a whole new territory to explore. Today was beautiful, the light was changing constantly. I explored the nature area Meinderswijk, close to Arnhem.

So, just to share this enjoyable moment, an extra blog post with some photos and a small video of the Beaver that passed by.

Enjoy Alexander.

 

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  3. thecedarjournal on 12th January 2018 at 16:17

    I should have been out there too! The water level is crazy! Thanks for posting.

    • All Exclusive Cruises on 12th January 2018 at 17:22

      Yes, it was crazy. Unfortunately, the water level is dropping fast. It was much more difficult today. 14.25m NAP Lobith is the minimum for the summer dykes.

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