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Snogebaek Harbour, Bornholm
Denmark

Unik privat ø havn, hvor gæstesejlere er velkommen i selve havnen samt på gæstepladserne uden for selve ø havnen, hvor man ligger godt beskyttet i alle vind-retninger bortset fra sydøst.

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