Sailing Guide

Stromstad

Stromstad

Characteristics

Description

Small port protected by a breakwater.
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Stromstad
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Petit port protégé par une digue.
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Localisation

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Sites around Stromstad
Flying distances - Direct line

Ursholmen

8.2nm
221°
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20 Apr 09

Fjallbacka

20nm
170°
Small port.
29 Jul 11

Hunnebostrand

30nm
173°
Small port.
29 Jul 11

Sandefjorden

31nm
290°
Port.
29 Jul 11

Jonas

37nm
330°
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23 Jan 11

Tofte

40nm
333°
Small port.
29 Jul 11

Hamneskär

63nm
171°
The lighthouse at Pater Noster, situated at Hamneskär, has been in use since 1868 and was switch off 1977. The construction in cast iron is design by the famous Nils Gustaf von Heidenstam.
2 Aug 11

Holmestrand

42nm
321°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
29 Jul 11

Marstrand

64nm
168°
Small port.
29 Jul 11

Oslo Harbor

60nm
345°
Marina
29 Jul 11

Vinga

79nm
170°
Vinga - The gateway to Westsweden
Information, slideshows and sounds from Vinga. (In Swedish). Select bilder to view the slideshows. More on this lighthouse on www.vinga.net/vi.htm
15 Apr 09

Skagen - DK

74nm
193°
The Gray LighthouseSkagenIn 1857-58 Skagen new lighthouse was built by architect N.S. Nebelong little further out towards the branch than the white lighthouse. The 46 meter tall lighthouse ia built on a formidable foundation consisting of 429 meter long piles stk.16 is struck ...
22 Sep 10
Local Area

Skagerrak

The Skagerrak is a strait running between Norway and the southwest coast of Sweden and the Jutland peninsula of Denmark, connecting the North Sea and the Kattegat sea area, which leads to the Baltic Sea.
The S side of the Skagerrak extending between Hanstholm and Skagen, about ...
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
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