La Sambre in RIBs July 2020 with Belgian Pneumaticlub

La Sambre

The Samber River originates in France near Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache, flowing through Maubeuge, Jeumont, and Erquelinnes before reaching Namur in Belgium, where it joins the Meuse.

About 105 km of 193 km length of “la Sambre” is in Wallonia, Belgium.

The canalized Samber is connected to the Oise and Brussels via various canals, enhancing navigation and making Thuin a key inland navigation center in the 19th century.

About the BPC

In line with the objectives of its founder, Michel de Hemptinne fonde le Belgian Pneumaticlub (BPC) en 1976, the Club offers many nautical activities in inland and maritime waters and thus continues to promote the versatility of this type of boat which is enjoying growing success with the public.

The club is also the pleasure of being on the water with friends, of participating and learning to organize navigations that we would not undertake alone. Without forgetting the additional safety potential offered by navigation in a “flotilla”.

Each year, the Club draws up a calendar of outings intended to meet everyone’s expectations: maritime or inland navigation, day or multi-day, in Belgium or abroad, nautical holidays, etc.

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This video was published on the BelgianPneumaticlub YouTube channel

Belgian Pneumaticlub - La Sambre in RIBs July 2020 @ RIBs ONLY - Home of the Rigid Inflatable Boat
La Sambre July 2020

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