Dyvig Bro

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Harbour position DMS
55° 2' 39" N , 9° 42' 17" E
Harbour position DM
55° 2.65000' N , 9° 42.28333' E
Port position map
Dyvig Bro can be called at around the clock, as long as the weather is bright and visible. The entrance to the harbor takes place via Stegsgab and Stegløb, which is a dug trench that is well marked with red and green stakes. There may be about 2 knots of current in the gutter if it is blowing hard.
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Welcome to Dyvig ..! Dyvig is known among sailors as one of the most beautiful bays in Denmark, and there are several reasons for this. The special entry through "Rose Gaf" the little race, is an experience in itself. To then get into a beautiful bay that offers many beautiful nature experiences. In Dyvig Bay, a new harbor opened in 2010 with a new bathing hotel and brand new bathing facilities. For the 2013 season, brand new bathing facilities have been added. The port and the area offer many exciting activities. The area around the harbor / Dyvig offers a very beautiful and exciting nature, such as the large lakes with rich wildlife, among others. sea eagles. Free harbor bicycles can be borrowed for the port's guests. The bus route is free for tourists and can be used all day. Attractions such as the Danfoss Universe, which is undergoing major development, have a new theme every year. In 2013, there is momentum. Visit the park and experience a real Ferrari Formula 1 racer. Shows in 2013. They have also got a new attraction which is a 5d cinema. The Viking ship Hjortsprings boat, Denmark's oldest hook farm »Jolmandsgåden«, Large tractor museum. Dyvig Badehotel is a beautiful and idyllic hotel that offers delicious dining options, such as a la carte and gourmet. Freshly baked rolls can be ordered at the Hotel's information before 9 pm. 18 hole golf course, with cheap green fees available from the harbor master. Large water bath castle for children and adults. Good shopping opportunities in Dyvig and in Nordborg. Possibility of place reservation by contact to the harbor master.

21 49 00 81
Ports charge

Boats up to 9 meters in length cost 110 kroner per day. Boats between 9-12 meters in length cost 130 kroner per day. Boats over 12 meters in length cost 150 kroner per day.

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