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Skivika Small Boat Harbour, Bodø, Norway
Norway

Skivika Small Boat Harbour, located 5 km from Bodø city, with its lighthouse, and view towards north to Landego. The harbour houses 40-70 boats depending on the season.

Copyright: Tord Remme
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Hochgeladen: 11/04/2012
Aktualisiert: 17/04/2014
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Tags: boat; lighthouse; boathouse; ocean; water; heaven; sunset
  • Gus over 1 year ago
    Dear organisation, Can you help me out. In 2014 I'm planning to sail from the Netherlands to the Lofoten. I search for a 2 weeks unmanned berth for my ship in the neabourhood of the Lofoten to have a break and fly home for 2 weeks to continue my journey afterwards. Length 15 m Width 5m draft 2.5 m We dont need any marina services as the vessel wil be unmanned. The daily rate at Bodo is to high for a 2 weeks stay. Have you any idea to berth my ship in a cheaper way as Bodo marina rates? Best regards Gus in 't Veld
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