Svendborg Lystbådehavn

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Harbour position DMS
55° 3' 8" N , 10° 36' 43" E
Harbour position DM
55° 3.13333' N , 10° 36.71667' E
Port position map
Svendborg Marina can be called around the clock. The harbor is well lit and therefore easy to call. Lighthouse leads in both directions through Svendborg Sund. Note that the signage is changing out of the harbor. There is a speed limit of 4 knots through Svendborg Sund, and consideration must be given to ferry traffic.
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Svendborg is a port and maritime city in southern Funen. Svendborg is an old market town and port city, which for many years back has been a hub of trade. The marina is located approximately 800 meters from the city center. In the center you will find many shops, cafes and restaurants.

Every Saturday there is a large market in the square where you can buy agricultural and craft products produced in the city.

Svendborg Amateur Sailing Club has a home port in Svendborg Marina.


Anne Hvide's farm is Svendborg's oldest secular building. It was built about 1560 by the noble lady Anne Hvide - married to Jesper Friis of Rødkilde. She died in 1577 and until 1769 the house was in the possession of many nobles. In 1912, the building was handed over to the Svendborg county museum, which was undergoing a restoration, which included, among other things, Anne Hvide's coat of arms. Today you will find the Svendborg Museum in the old building.

Naturama is located in Svendborg. Naturama is a museum that offers modern natural history. Naturama delivers modern natural history for children and adults. A visit to Naturama should be a total experience: first you " swim " between whales. Then you pat the bear. And finally, you stare deeply into the sea eagle.

Naturama has an exciting natural history exhibition

Naturama brings the visitor closer to the animal's incredible history. With an aesthetic narrative, both the mind and the heart are appealed to, unfolding over light, sound, images, colors, rooms, films, animals and objects. Naturama is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm.

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Ports charge

2016: Both under 9 meters cost 150 kroner a day. Both between 9-12 meters cost 170 kroner a day. Both between 12-15 meters cost 220 kroner a day. Both between 15-20 meters cost 270 kroner a day. Both over 20 meters cost 400 kroner a day. There is water and electricity on all the bridges.

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