Gedser Lystbådehavn

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Harbour position DMS
54° 34' 51" N , 11° 55' 21" E
Harbour position DM
54° 34.85000' N , 11° 55.35000' E
Gedser Marina can be operated around the clock as long as the weather is bright and visible. The harbor's mole arms are illuminated. There is a speed limit of 3 knots in the harbor basin.
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Gedser Marina is located on Falster's southern tip. Gedser Marina is a modern harbor that offers a beautiful beach and a large activity area / playground for children.

The harbor clubhouse can be used by guest sailors during the daytime during the summer season. In the clubhouse you can buy refreshments in the vending machines. In Dagli´Brugsen, provision can be made. Dagli´Brugsen is open every week from 7 am. 8 am to 8 pm

Sydfalster Bådelaug has a home port in Gedser Marina.


The Black Museum in Gedser is a geological museum. Here you can discover fossils, rocks, minerals and amber found from the coasts of Falster.

Gedser Water Tower is Denmark's southernmost water tower. Here you can experience changing exhibitions. Gedser Water Tower was built in 1912 and was in use until 1966. In 1994, a renovation of the water tower began. Visitors can step up to the water tower and enjoy magnificent views of Gedser town, the ferry port and the immediate vicinity.

54 17 92 45
Ports charge

2018: - 8 m: 130, - / day. 8 - 10 m: 140, - / day. 10 - 13 m: 170, - / day. 13 - 15 m: 205, - / day. 15 - 20 m: 300, - / day. 20 - m: 550, - / day. Incl. electricity, water and internet. The port money is paid immediately after arriving in a vending machine at the port office.

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