Gisseløre Lystbådehavn

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Harbour position DMS
55° 40' 40" N , 11° 4' 24" E
Harbour position DM
55° 40.66667' N , 11° 4.40000' E
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Gisseløre Marina can be reached around the clock. However, it is easiest to call at the harbour during the day, as the harbour is not lit. During the day, it is also possible to see the chimneys of Asnæsværk and the radio masts at Gisseløre from a long distance. A dug trench marked with green and red topstays shows the way into the harbour from Kalundborg West Harbour. Consideration must be given to commercial and ferry traffic. Outgoing ships must wait for incoming ships. It is advisable to listen in on VHF channel 16 through Kalundborg Fjord.
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In the west of Zealand, the two glacial peninsulas Asnæs and Røsnæs jut out into Storebælt. Together they form the approximately 16 km long Kalundborg Fjord, which so well protects the natural harbour, Gisseløre - also known as Kalundborg Lystbådehavn. The harbour is well sheltered from all wind directions.

The barbecue area, located west of the clubhouse, is free for use by guest sailors. You can put rubbish in the containers at the environmental station. Barbecues are not allowed on the bridges or in the boats. Guest sailors can borrow bikes free of charge - the bikes are located under the half-roof in the equipment shed.

There is a petrol station about two kilometres from the harbour. However, diesel can be refuelled by arrangement with Vesthavnens Bådelaug in Vesthavnen


In Kalundborg Museum's garden (Adelgade 23) you can see a model of medieval Kalundborg. It is also possible to explore the medieval garden, where you can also enjoy food brought in from home.

The Church of Our Lady in Kalundborg is unique in the world. It is a five-towered church whose ground plan is a Greek cross, with each of the four arms of the cross terminated by a tower, and the fifth tower rising, resting on four granite pillars, above the centre of the church. The castle-like appearance of the church is not due to the fact that it was part of the city's defence, but it is meant to evoke The Heavenly Jerusalem, where, according to the Bible, God and man will dwell together in the end of time. In the Middle Ages, Terrestrial Jerusalem was imagined as a fortified city with five towers.

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Ports charge

All boats, regardless of length, cost DKK 130 per day. Members of the free port scheme pay DKK 30 in environmental charges.

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