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Vang Harbour, Bornholm
Denmark

Lille fiskeri- og lystbådehavn. 30 pladser. Gæstesejlere i yder- og midterbassin. Ved den østlige kaj i midterbas- sinet fortøjes der med stævnen vinkelret på kajen. Havnen betegnes som sikker under alle vindforhold. Havnen har to røde overetfyr i kompasretningen 155 grader, og kan anløbes med vindhastigheder op til ca. 10 sek.meter fra vestlige retninger.

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