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Harbour position DMS
54° 54' 34" N , 9° 36' 15" E
Harbour position DM
54° 54.56667' N , 9° 36.25000' E
Port position map
Egernsund Brolaug can be called at around the clock, however, the opening hours of the Egernsund Bridge must be taken into account. In the period 1 April to 31 October at 06.30-22.00 is open for passage every full hour, however for the first time at. 06.35, and last time at. 21.50. The next opening is shown in the display on the bridge pillar. With a closed bridge, the free height at daily water to the lower edge of the bridge's girders below the middle of the folding section is approximately 6 meters. In the side of the folding section, the free passage height is approximately 4.8 meters. Under the other bridge sections, the height is approximately 4.5 meters. There is a speed limit of 3 knots throughout the port area and everything north of the bridge.
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Egernsund Brolaug is a small but cozy bridge / harbor that has about 15 berths. There is a good view inside Gråsten town and to Egernsund Bridge.

Bath and toilet are located on the large harbor about 250 meters to the south, where it is built together with a Cafeteria. The key is in the cafeteria. In addition, there is a large covered terrace with barbecue, which can be used by guest sailors.

Egernsund Brolaug of 1985 has its home port in Egernsund Bro.


Gråsten Castle and Castle Gardens are beautifully situated by forest and lake. Gråsten Castle dates from 1759 and is the successor to several castles that have been on the site since the 16th century. Gråsten Castle was used for many years by King Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid. Every year, Queen Ingrid used the castle as a summer residence until her death in November 2000. Today, the castle is used by the royal family as a summer castle.

Gråsten Castle

Slotshaven is an English-inspired landscape garden. From early spring to late autumn, the castle garden offers a sumptuous flower splendor. It is possible to book a tour of Slotshaven.

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Ports charge

All boats, regardless of size, cost 60 kroner per day. Members of the free port scheme do not pay port fees. There are envelopes for paying port fees at the notice board. The envelope is filled in and placed in a box at the notice board.

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