Nyborg Harbour
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Nyborg Harbour

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Nyborg Lystbådehavn ligger idyllisk i bunden af Nyborg Fjord, naturskønt samt tæt på bykernen og derved tæt på byens mange og spændende seværdigheder. Den blev etableret i 1929 og er løbende blevet udbygget med nye havneafsnit. I dag er kapaciteten på i alt 620 pladser såvel til fastliggere som til gæstesejlere.


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