Between October 31 – November 8, in Hamburg, Germany, will take place a yacht show feast, one of the biggest in Europe, called Hanseboot, which is in 2015 at the 56’th edition.
With its attractive territories for water sports, Denmark is the partner of hanseboot 2015.
For the first time, Denmark will impressively present itself with its archipelago in the Baltic Sea as a partner at hanseboot.
Many of the 400 Danish islands are to be found in the Danish archipelago. 96 islands, large, small, inhabited and uninhabited. They make Danish archipelago an ideal paradise for water sports on Hamburg’s doorstep. Whether it’s sailing, surfing, sea kayaking or diving, the region offers a sea of possibilities.
This year at hanseboot the focus will be “Funen” with water sports possibilities around the Danish archipelago. The region will present itself together with “VisitDenmark” in hall B6. Stop by, the following await you:
- The Danish sailing ambassador who will give an authentic account of his sailing experiences in Denmark;
- Advice on sailing trips by harbor masters from the region;
- General information on water sport activities in Denmark, especially in the Danish archipelago;
- A typical Danish maritime booth with colorful bathing huts, a small wharfage with a fishing boat, which will be filled with Lego parts, thus providing a distraction to young captains as well;
- A small, Danish food stall with hot-dogs and soft ice cream;
- Culinary specialties from the region;
- Deck chairs for relaxing
The small-town idyll of the islands is very charming, the nature is lush and home to many rare plants and animals. A part of the islands is subject to nature conservation area or has been declared as a reserve.
The individual island communities are unique and should be experienced by visiting every single island, each of which have good ferry ports and docks for your boats and sea kayaks.
The many castles and manor houses in the region are not very far from the harbour ports, for instance, the moated castle of Egeskov or the idyllic port cities of Svendborg and Fåborg. A detour to the many good restaurants, for instance, to the restaurant Falsled Kro, well known among gourmets, is definitely worthwhile. A walking or a cycle tour along the Archipelago Trail can also be done. Bicycles can be hired directly from the ports.
These were the news, but the actual fair will take place in Hamburg, at the following location:
More info, you will find at their website. If you are there, in Denmark or in Hamburg, give me a sign 🙂
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