Nørrekås Marina being upgraded

Nørrekås Marina at popular Danish Island Bornholm is being upgraded to meet increased demand.

The early summer installation of three 50-meter concrete walkways was an important upgrade to meet increasing demands from visitors to this frequently visited tourist site in the Baltic Sea.

Equipped with Rixö pontoons and fingers supplied and designed by NBC Marine Denmark, the marina has added new concrete pontoon with sizes 25 meters by 2,4 meters. Due to a demand of varied vessel sizes ranging from 6 meters to 15 meters, a decision was made to use several different SEAFLEX models ranging from 4-stranded to 8-stranded to cope with a 2-meter water level variation and winds of up to 30 meters per second.

The Rixö installation team and Seaflex personnel worked together on the installation at site to complete this first SEAFLEX-moored development together with Rixö.

We are happy to say that feedback from both the Harbour Master as well as visitors has been genuinely positive, noting that this upgrade is a great refurbishment that enhances the visit to a whole new level.

 

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