The Scheldt route at a glance
Kallo lock in Beveren is a 360 m long sea lock. It is mainly used for ships carrying containers or cars. The quay where DeWaterBus moors is close to the Katoen Natie sites.
DeWaterBus stops at the DEME jetty on the Scheldt dike in Zwijndrecht. That is good news for the 850 workers at the dredging company and for the many other port businesses in the immediate vicinity
Saint Anna Beach on the Left bank of the Scheldt is a 5-minute sail from Steenplein. You can enjoy a walk with your feet in the sand and a grand view of the Antwerp skyline, the Port House and the port. Hungry? Try the famous mussels of Saint Anna!
Steenplein is in Antwerp’s city centre. The stop lies at the heart of the North-South route. From here you are less than half an hour away from the quays of Hemiksem to the South and Kallo lock to the North of the City.
DeWaterBus connects Kruibeke and the Waasland with the centre of Antwerp. You will find the stop at Scheldelei, fifty metres from Kruibeke Ferry. The Kruibeke stop is popular with cycling and walking fans because of the varied natural landscape.
The southernmost point of the Scheldt route is the Hemiksem stop. You can get on DeWaterBus at Callebeekstraat, where you can also take the ferry to Bazel.