Information in English

Träslövsläge is an old fishing spot that is mentioned that city during the 1500's. Alongside the marina is a fishing port which is currently the largest in Halland. You will find beautiful scenery, cozy alleys and a special dialect "läjesboa". Do not miss a visit to the famous glasscafeét Tre Toppar. Along with the bridge so the restaurant serving Seafood and BBQ.

A conservation area with great hiking trails located adjacent to the harbor, a sandy beach for leisurely swim. Within easy walking distance are a grocery store, a bakery, a medical center and a pizzeria.

We have a full service facility with a newly built port 2012.
It houses the fresh new washrooms and new laundry. In the clubhouse there is the opportunity to cook, hang out and watch TV. We sell coffee, ice cream, candy and soft drinks in our kiosk. The harbor is also a mini golf course where you can challenge your friends!

On the port level, there are diesel, oil and gas and other necessities such as and utlagsvask for porta-potti. There's also a crane, possibility of boat lift and a repair yard in the fishing port.

Wireless internet is free for boaters and members.
 

Docking.

Primarily alongside the highlighted green berth along restaurant, or moorings alt. stern pole at green highlighted berths.
 

TallyKey electric system and TallyCard passage system

We have a new self-service port guests - TallyKey / Tally Card

With our payment machine will pay you dues. If you buy even a Tally Card cards so you get access to our service center. By Tally Card card to get power at the dock, access to service and access to showers.

To use power at the dock, use TallyCard card, to activate the power outlet by filling in the loaded card. Each charge costs 10kr.
 

Fees

Marina fee boats <12m 220:-
Marina fee boats >12 m 250:-
Weekly Price 1000:-
Launching Ramp Fee / dry docking, free
El via TallyKey cards, 2 :-/ kWh
Shower via TallyKey short 10:-/ 5 minutes
Washing token 30:-
Small pennants 100:-
Internet Wifi free


Other information

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