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Skanrs hamn sweden
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Hamnen ligger en knapp kilometer väster om stadskärnan, utanför den ursprungliga sandstranden.Sandrevlarna byggs tidvis på av strömmarna, varför insegling bör ske i enslinjen (120º) och med viss försiktighet mot söder.Framför allt är det strax utanför vågbrytaren som det grundar upp sig. Mer info på: http://www.skanorshamn.se/

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