Canals of Paris: Canal Saint-Denis
The Canals of Paris: Canal Saint-Denis is a commercial waterway and is part of the Canals of Paris. It runs for 6 kilometres through 7 locks from Seine - Saint-Denis Jonction (where it joins the Lower Seine (non-tidal section: Amfreville to Paris)) to Bassin de la Villette (where it joins the Canals of Paris: Canal Saint-Martin and the Canals of Paris: Canal de l'Ourcq (Grande Section)).
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.
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|Seine - Saint-Denis Jonction
Junction of the River Seine with the Canal Saint-Denis
|Ecluse 7 de la Briche||0.20 kilometres||0 locks|
|Ecluse 6 de Sainte-Denis||0.90 kilometres||1 lock|
|Ecluse 5 de la Port de Paris||1.87 kilometres||2 locks|
|Ecluse 4 des Vertus||3 kilometres||3 locks|
|Ecluse 3 du Aubervilliers||3.93 kilometres||4 locks|
|Ecluse 2 des Quatre Chemins||4.73 kilometres||5 locks|
|Bassin d'Aubervilliers||5 kilometres||6 locks|
|Ecluse 1 Pont de Flandre||5.84 kilometres||6 locks|
|Bassin de la Villette
Junction of Canal Saint-Martin, Canal Saint-Denis and Canal de l'Ourcq
|6 kilometres||7 locks|
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