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Harbour position DMS
55° 11' 58" N , 11° 29' 29" E
Harbour position DM
55° 11.96667' N , 11° 29.48333' E
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Bisserup Harbor can be used around the clock, however it must be bright and visible weather. Just as the harbor is difficult to reach in harsh winds. Sailing to the Port of Bisserup can be problematic, as the sailing channel sails every year. However, it is excavated every year to a depth of at least 2.0 meters. Coming from the east is well kept clear of Bisserup Hage and from the west you are well kept free of Glænø. A laid out buoyancy buoy is found at 55 °, 11.33'N - 11 °, 29.33'E. From here sail in the direction of 11.6 °, at night two boats with red light are kept above one. The buoyancy buoy is only laid out between April 1 and November 15. There are bottom nets and other fishing equipment in the area. There is a speed limit of 3 knots in the harbor basin.
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Bisserup Harbor is located on the southwest side of Zealand - between Karrebæksminde harbor and Skælskør harbor . The harbor consists of two basins - one for pleasure boats and one small for fishermen.

It is about 500 meters up to Brugsen, where provision can be made.

Bisserup Sailing Club has a home port in Bisserup Harbor.


In connection with the war against England in 1807, armaments were built along the beach. It is still possible to see the remains of these hedges on the beach.

Holsteinborg is a cargo approximately 2 kilometers from the harbor. The estate was built between 1562 and 1767. Holsteinborg Estate with park, forests and meadows was partially protected in 1941. The author HC Andersen has lived on the estate for several periods. It is said that he has found inspiration for some of his adventures on the estate. Holsteinborg was also the first Danish home in which a Christmas tree was lit. It happened in the year 1808.

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Ports charge

2018: 160, - / day. Incl. bath and electricity and water.

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