The speed limit is five knots in the harbour and fairway area. Care must be taken to navigate the harbor area, especially near the moorings of small vessels.
It is forbidden to play loud music and other sounds that may disturb the customers of the harbour.
Fishermen are prohibited from angling and setting nets in an area that may disturbt other harbour users.
No vessel may discharge garbage, waste water or pollutants in the harbour area.
After mooring register your vessel in the office as soon as possible to make sure that this berth is ready for use and the berth is suitable for the vessel.
BERTH CHARGE FOR RECREATIONAL CRAFT AND OTHER WATERCRAFT
The berth charge for catamarans and other large watercraft is 1.5 times the price indicated in the price list.
The berth charge for guests includes berthing place, fresh water, use of toilet, use of shower and reception of sorted waste.
The berth charge does not include the fee for electricity consumption.
A standing time of more than 5 hours is considered a day.
The watercraft season fee does not include vehicle and/or trailer parking in the port territory.
As a rule, watercraft up to 5 m long and with up to 15 hp engine power are stored in the shore area or in sheds. Storage at the berthing place is only possible if there are free berths in agreement with the port manager and for a season fee of 50 euros (includes VAT 20%), while the fee does not include fresh water, electricity and use of shower. If the owner of the watercraft wishes to ensure the fixed berthing place for the entire season, the discount will not be applied, and the fee will be calculated on the basis of the price list (watercraft up to 5.99 m).
Landing of watercraft is only allowed in the shore area indicated in the Port Rules.
The season is considered to be the navigation period of the calendar year from May 1 to October 31. Storage of watercraft in the port water area outside of season is only possible by agreement with the port manager.