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Warning: don't anchor between the rows of buoys, there is an unmarked capsized pontoon; the visibility in the water is about 10cm.
Moor: 3 pontoons, the southern one has room for 4 or 5 yachts, the middle one is not for yachts except for maybe an hour or so, the northern pontoon has space for 3 or 4 yachts on the northern part and the southern part is used by the ferries. On Sunday mornings in the summer months a large cruise ship will take up the middle and most of the northern pontoon.
Price: up to 11m € 7.50 per night, above 11m € 10 per night. In the second week the prices double and after those two weeks one has to leave for at least one night after which one can start with a fresh week. This system gives everyone an opportunity to spend some time on the pontoon.
Anchor: plenty of space to anchor north of the villages.
Ashore: water and electricity, except on the middle pontoon. Showers, which are public and can be used also by cruisers at anchor. A market” on Saturdays when there is a vegetable van and a meat van and a small supermarket. Wifi is available at the library and from the Riverside Tavern