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Sandhamn

Sandhamn

Characteristics

Description

Approach

 To get to Sandhamn you sail from the beacon-illuminated route north of Sandön. Shallow-draught boats can even take the KSSS marked route between Telegrafholmen and Lökholmen.

Speed Limits 

From the route north of Sandön to the south of Lökholmen, there is a speed limit of 5 knots.

Guest Berths 

On the Sandhamn side there are berths for approx. 180 visiting boats and at the adjacent Lökholmen there are berths for a further 200. On the northern part of the L-shaped pontoon jetty there are places for temporary mooring. The reserved places are marked with signs.

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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

Gustavsberg

16nm
276°
Small port.
30 Jul 11

Gålö

22nm
236°
Good spot to stay over night or a  few Days. On shore a toilet free to use. Free for all to use.
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Stockholm

24nm
277°
Largeharbor .
30 Jul 11

Grisslehamn

48nm
356°
Small port.
30 Jul 11

Nynashamn

37nm
231°
Port.
29 Jul 11

Mariehamn East

57nm
32°
Image.  L
8 May 16

Visby

101nm
191°
Port protected by a breakwater.
29 Jul 11

Gavle

98nm
328°
Port.
30 Jul 11

Sandarne

129nm
336°
Port.
30 Jul 11

Vastervik

115nm
217°
Port protected by a breakwater.
29 Jul 11

Hudiksvall Marina

155nm
340°
Port.
30 Jul 11

Turku

121nm
55°
Harbor.
30 Jul 11
Local Area

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NE Atlantic Ocean

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