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Harbour position DMS
55° 42' 42" N , 12° 35' 25" E
Harbour position DM
55° 42.70000' N , 12° 35.41667' E
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The lumberjack harbor can be accessed around the clock. The harbor can be troubled by N-wind. Two red lighthouses lead through the Lime Burner run to the Swan Mill port at course 208 °. The race, which has a depth of 6 meters, is also marked with red and green top stakes. The swan mill and the large building in the middle of the western quay can give rise to unpleasant throwing winds. The depth of the port is considerably larger everywhere than indicated in the chart. Max 3 knots in the harbor basin.
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The lime burner port is part of Copenhagen's North Port. It is named after Old Lime Burner from 1731 and New Lime Burn from 1779, both of which are listed on seaweed in the Sound. The innermost part of Kalkbrennenihavn is used as a marina, and the harbor is also known as Sundkrogen. The port is part of the free harbor scheme and is centrally located and is a good base for a visit to Copenhagen.

The club room, designed by Kim Utzon, offers a large kitchen, cozy corner and plenty of space, indoors as well as the large terraces. On the ground floor we have a port office, guest toilets and club room. There is also a large barbecue at the clubhouse that can be used.

There are also several restaurants in the area - including Paustian , which is probably on the slightly more expensive end, but definitely worth a visit.

The Female Sailing Club and the Sailing Club Copenhagen have a home port in Kalkbrændihavnen.


It takes about 8 minutes to walk to Nordhavnen station, where both bus and S-train leave. It takes about 10 minutes to get the S-train to Copenhagen Central Station. In Copenhagen are sights such as Tivoli Gardens , Strøget, Nyhavn and the National Museum .

You can also choose to take the S-train north to Klampenborg, where you will find Dyrehavsbakken or the popular Bellevue beach.

Experimentarium is located about 20 minutes walk from the Swan Mill port. Here's lots of fun for adults and kids. Play through the exciting exhibitions. A visit can easily last 4-5 hours.

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Ports charge

2018: - 10 m: 150, - pr. Day. 10 - 12 m 170, - pr. Day. 12 - 15 m 230, - pr. per day .. 15 - 20 m 300, - per. Day. 20 - m 350, - per. Day. The free port scheme: 30, - per day. Bath: 5, - coins. There is electricity and water on the bridges.

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