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Cruises visiting Dunkirk & all Dunkirk cruises for  2019

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Dunkirk lies near the narrowest part of the English Channel, on the French coast 13 km from the Belgian border. The important port of Calais lies 67 km to the west. Dunkirk is historically associated with the Battle of Dunkirk from 26 May to 4 June 1940 during WWII. The Dunkirk evacuation saw 338,226 British, Belgian and French troops rescued by a hastily assembled fleet of 861 mostly merchant marine boats. The two concrete breakwaters protecting the outer harbour at Dunkirk played a significant part in the evacuation, while many waded out from the beaches to a flotilla of hundreds of merchant marine boats, fishing boats, pleasure craft, yachts, and lifeboats called into service from Britain.

Consequently, visitors pay homage to this history at memorials, museums and battle fields in the region. At low tide, the beach reveals its secrets and you can see the shipwrecks from the Second World War. The wreck of the Crested Eagle, a British paddle steamer that took part to Operation Dynamo, lies just off the beach. The Vonette and Devonia are also visible. Visit the Dunkirk War Museum that tells the incredible story of the Battle of Dunkirk and Operation DYNAMO in May-June 1940, the largest evacuation effort in military history. Six kilometres to the east of Dunkirk is the Fort des Dunes, a military installation built in 1878, that still bears testimony to the battle of 1940.

Many visitors will take a battlefield tour. See the background to the 2017 movie ‘Dunkirk’. See the wide sandy beaches, peaceful today; an impressive bunker built by the Germans at the East Mole (breakwater); the British Memorial and cemetery; the Zuydcoote Beach, with fine views of the North Sea; and Les Dunes de Flandre Nature Reserve that stretches 15 km from Dunkirk to Bray-Dunes, today popular for watersports, cycling, horse-riding, parachuting, and hiking.

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