The sports boat harbor and Marina Figeholm / Kalmarsund in Småland
57° 22.362′ N 016° 33.407′ E
As beautiful as the Swedish coast of Småland is from the land side, the archipelago on the east coast of Sweden is so popular. One of the most beautiful sailing areas is probably the area around Figeholm. We show all details about the Marina Figeholm / Kalmarsund.
Figeholm is a picturesque and well-kept place with about 730 inhabitants. Typical Swedish wooden houses characterize Figeholm in Småland. A small supermarket, bakery, restaurant, a church, bus connections to Oskarshamn, campsites and enchanting, easily accessible nature invite you to relax in Figeholm. We describe Figeholm here.
The coastal landscape
The coast in the area of the Misterhult archipelago in front of Figeholm is rocky and hilly, for the most part naturally forested. In the nearby hinterland of Figeholm, the landscape is cultivated through agriculture and pasture farming.
The Marina Figeholm
Type: natural harbor
Size: space for 200 sailing yachts, LÜA 1.4 – 4 meters water depth
Opening times: May 15th – September 17th
Note: Very popular marina, especially among German sailors. Often occupied until 3 p.m. Quiet places in the southern port area, star-shaped arrangement around the pier head. In the northern area is the petrol station with additional berths, which are, however, strongly in motion when there is an easterly wind.
- Electricity / water: at the jetty
- Service house: yes
- Shower / toilet: yes
- Laundromat: yes, included in the allowance
- Refueling: self-service petrol pump
- Dispose of: disposal tank
- W-LAN: in the port area, free of charge
- Shopping: about 200 meters to the small supermarket
- Restaurants: about 100 meters
- Slip, crane: yes
- On-board and engine workshop: yes
- Weather forecast: yes
- Insider tip: a small bakery with real handicrafts, specialties for bread and sweet baked goods in Figeholm. More information is available at Gesällbageriet
The Figeholm marina can be controlled from archipelago fairways through a very clearly toned row of spars. At the end, a strong curve leads in a south-west direction into the harbor, which is characterized by numerous archipelago. Demanding access, especially when there is wind from the north-east.
It is attached to one of the floating jetties or a muring / moring, i.e. a chain that is attached to the bottom with a buoy.
Clubhouse: 0491-316 52
Head of guest harbor: 073-074 20 51