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Harbour position DMS
55° 33' 59" N , 12° 17' 11" E
Harbour position DM
55° 33.98333' N , 12° 17.18333' E
Port position map
The Port of Mosede can be called around the clock. It is recommended to enter the port from the north or south because of bottom nets in the area around the harbor. The harbor lighthouse leads into a white angle, thus avoiding bottom nets and other fishing tackle. There is a tendency for sanding at the harbor's eastern pier.
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The moored harbor is located in Køge Bay by Greve - about 6 miles from Køge.

There are limited opportunities to make purchases near the harbor - there is a however Q8 tank about 200 meters from the harbor. On the other hand, a bus leaves for Køge, where there are many grocery stores and specialty shops.

The old smokehouse is located by the harbor, and is primarily a delicious fish restaurant.

Greve Strand Sailing Club has a home port in Mosede Harbor.


Mosede Fort is located south of the harbor and was part of the fortification of Copenhagen. The fort was built in 1914-1916, and was manned during World War I with 300 men. The fort was to prevent landing in Køge Bay. All of the fort's concrete structures are largely preserved and the area is publicly accessible.

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Ports charge

Both up to 2.5 meters in width cost 119 kroner a day. Both between 2.5 and 3.0 meters in width cost DKK 129 a day. Both between 3.0-3.5 meters in width cost 144 kroner a day. Both between 3.5-4.0 meters in width cost 160 kroner a day. Both between 4.0 and 4.5 meters in width cost 175 kroner a day.

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