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Nakskov

Nakskov

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Localisation

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Sites around Nakskov
Flying distances - Direct line

Bandholm

12nm
89°
Port protected by a breakwater.
4 Aug 11

Rodby Havn

13nm
143°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
4 Aug 11

Hov - DK

19nm
343°
Hov LighthouseLangelandOn the east side of Langeland's northern tip, this completely unique little lighthouse but has been and is very important for ship traffic through the Great Belt. It was turned on 15 December 1893. It is listed in Hasle clinker in a so-called monier construction ...
15 Dec 09

Sprogø - DK

30nm
350°
Sprogø LighthouseThe first lighthouse on Sprogø was built by the postal services in 1809 for the demarcartion of the sea route between Sjælland and Fyn. In 1854 it took over lighthouse administration old post lighthouse, which in 1868 was replaced with the current good ...
15 Dec 09

Aeroskobing

24nm
278°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
4 Aug 11

Nysted Marina

23nm
115°
Small port.
4 Aug 11

Kalundborg Vesthavnen

50nm
358°
Port protected by a breakwater.
4 Aug 11

Neustadt YachtHafen

45nm
193°
Small port .
30 Jul 11

Kerteminde Marina

40nm
337°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
4 Aug 11

Gedser - DK

33nm
118°
Gedser Lighthouse
Started in 1802 as a tower with closed coal lighthouse which in 1834 changed to mirror apparatus. Tower increased in 1851 and fitted with fixed lens apparatus. In 1905 the tower was elevated again and the lens unit was exchanged for a rotary, bear glødenetsbrænder ...
15 Dec 09

Kegnæs - DK

39nm
271°
Kegnæs LighthouseAlsThe first lighthouse erected on Kegnæs, was built in 1844-45. In 1864 the lighthouse was transferred to the German administration in conjunction with other lighthouse in Schleswig-Holstein. In 1896 entered the German administration the current 18 meter ...
15 Dec 09

Faaborg Marina

34nm
297°
Port.
4 Aug 11
Local Area

Baltic sea

The Baltic Sea is located in Northern Europe. It is bounded by the Scandinavian Peninsula, the mainland of Europe, and the Danish islands.
The Baltic sea is about 1600 km  long, an average of 193 km wide, and an average of 55 m  deep. The maximum depth ...
25 Jul 11

NE Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11

Øresund

Øresund en Danish or Öresund in swedish is the sound situated between Denmark and Sweden. More precisely between the Seeland island and Scania. Oresund is the link between Baltic sea in the south and Kattegat sound in North sea direction.It is 8km long and between 3 and 4 km large. ...
29 Sep 10

Rügen

Rügen is the largest island of Germany with over twelve “Bodden” (lagoon-like waters) connected up to each other by small bays. West winds dominate and high seas have to be expected.
26 Jun 14

Stockholm Archipelago


Stockholm Archipelago ... over 30,000 islets and islands / rocks to enjoy. Unspoilt and clean - a paradise for cruising boats who enjoy natural surroundings. Unhurried and friendly.
Sailor remarks
Initial impression when looking at charts of the Archipelago tend to frighten ...
26 Jul 11

Gulf of Riga

 The maximum depth of the Gulf of Riga is 67 m. The island of Saaremaa (Estonia) partially separates it from the rest of the Baltic Sea. The main exit out of the gulf is the Irbe Strait. Ruhnu island, in the middle of the gulf, also belongs to Estonia. Notable cities in this ...
26 Jul 11
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