Nivå Lystbådehavn

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Harbour position DMS
55° 56' 22" N , 12° 31' 34" E
Harbour position DM
55° 56.36667' N , 12° 31.56667' E
Port position map
Level port can be accessed around the clock. The harbor has mole lighthouse as well as green / red brooms at the entrance. In addition, the brick chimneys can be used as landmarks during the day.
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Level port is located in North Zealand by the Sound. Nivå shelter is built in a former clay tomb, which is not strange, since Nivå has house Denmark's oldest brickworks - founded in 1701. The ring stove in Nivå Brickworks and the old clay tombs is still standing, and is definitely worth a visit. Some of the clay burrows today are artificial lakes

As a guest sailor you can use the green marked places in the harbor.

Helsingør is approximately 15 km from Nivå. The coastal train's trains run to Helsingør and Copenhagen.

It is also not far to Nivågaard - a country house that now serves as a museum of art. The museum's collection mainly includes paintings from the Netherlands and Italy from the period 1500-1600. In addition, the museum offers Danish works of art from the Danish Golden Age. Note that the museum has closed on Mondays.

+45 72 56 53 05
Ports charge

2016: Both up to 29 feet 149 kr. A day. Both over 29 feet £ 17 a day. Pensioners 1 / 9-31 / 5: DKK 85 a day. Incl. electricity and bath.

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