Gyldendal Lystbådehavn

Author
Trine Søe
Last modified
29/03/2020
Port position map
Harbour position DMS
56° 34' 49" N , 8° 42' 37" E
Harbour position DM
56° 34.81667' N , 8° 42.61667' E
Approaches
Gyldendal harbor can be accessed around the clock. A dug trench leads up to the harbor - it is only marked between 1 April to 15 November. Two green lighthouses lead through the gutter at a rate of 23.3 °.
Number of moorings
110
guest Place
20
Details

Gyldendal is located in Venø Bay in the Limfjord. The harbor has plenty of space for guest sailors. The harbor has all facilities in the finest order - there are kitchen facilities, barbecue areas and tables / benches that guest sailors can freely use.

Gyldendal Boat Boat has a home port in Gyldendal Harbor.

Attractions

Lihme church is one of Denmark's oldest churches. The church has only undergone relatively minor changes over time, so the church today appears roughly as it was seen in the Middle Ages. The church is open from morning to evening.

Spøttrup Castle is a well-preserved medieval castle. Today, the castle / castle serves as a museum. The museum has numerous activities, such as live events, exhibitions and markets. The many activities help to make Spøttrup Borg an exciting place to visit.

Telephone
+45 97 56 02 73
Ports charge

Both under 10 meters in length cost 120 kroner per day. Both over 10 meters in length cost 140 kroner per day.

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