Canal de la Deûle
The Canal de la Deûle is a commercial waterway and is part of the Waterways of Mainland Europe. It runs for 35 kilometres through 3 locks from Deulemont (where it joins the River Lys) to Islot de la Haute Deûle (where it joins the Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut).
The exact dimensions of the largest boat that can travel on the waterway are not known. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.
Junction of Canal de la Deûle and River Lys
|Ecluse de Quesnoy||6.36 kilometres||0 locks|
|Deûle - Roubaix Jonction
Junction of the Canal de la Deûle with the Canal de Roubaix
|11.68 kilometres||1 lock|
|Ecluse du Grand Carré||15.12 kilometres||1 lock|
|Lille||16.42 kilometres||2 locks|
|Ecluse de Don||31.21 kilometres||2 locks|
|Islot de la Haute Deûle
Junction of Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut with the Canal de la Deûle at Bauvin
|35 kilometres||3 locks|
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The Canal de la Deûle is a canal in northern France connecting Bauvin to the Belgian border near Deûlémont. It is 35.8 km with 3 locks. It may also be called the liaison Bauvin-Lys.
South of Bauvin, the canal continues as part of the Canal Dunkerque-Escaut until it reaches Douai.
Parts of the Deule were made navigatible as early as the 13th century. It was linked with the Scarpe in the 17th century and the Lys river in the 18th.