Where were we again last Sunday? Oh yes, Turnhout, halfway the Kanaal Dessel-Turnhout-Schoten, one of the 7 ‘Kempische Kanalen’ (Campine Canals). The Campine (Toxandri) is an area in the north-east of Belgium plus a part of the Dutch province North Brabant. For more, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campine. A dedicated cargo-ship, called ‘Kempenaar’, was developed for the canals in Flanders and the south of The Netherlands. Its length is 50 meters (166 feet) by a width of 6,60 meters (22 feet), a draught of 2,50 meters (8,25 feet), with a capacity between 400 and 600 tonnes. Here’s a typical Kempenaar, named ‘Hiljo’. According to our information the guaranteed depth of the canal is 1,90 meters (6,25 feet), so the 2,50 meters must be theory rather than daily practice.