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Today we anticipated a bright, warm, sunny day (the first!) so naturally it rained. Well to be fair, it rained during the night and our bright idea to leave some hatches open wasn't so clever, but at least it woke us up and no harm done. By the morning it had cleared and the weather was super all day, warm, bright and breezy – from the wrong direction for us but who cares, we weren’t sailing!
My first port of call once people were up ...
... non-existent water just outside it. As a consequence, sailing, whilst possible, is only an option if the wind was in the right direction which to be fair, it was but you need one other element and that’s wind speed, and we didn’t really have enough to enable us to make harbour in any reasonable time, so that we had to start the engine. We also needed it on as we waited for the bridge to open, not a long wait as it happened. So in this manner, ...
... of the museum. The museum is home to many of the fascinating fossils that have been uncovered here by enthusiasts and professional scientists for decades. The reason for the profusion of fossils is the local rock, it is called ‘moler’ in Danish but geologists know it by the name of ‘diatomite’ which is essentially, rock made out of fossilised diatoms. When these diatoms died and before they were fossilised, they formed a sort ...
... the sun and read – and why not.
A little later, we went in search of the tourist office, closed now but open in the morning at 10:00 and then, even though it was well before our usual time of 18:00, we decided to have a beer in the bar-come-café on the harbour front. I was keen to try the beer here as it is brewed on the island and claims to be special, as the beer is filtered through the volcanic ash and moler (the ancient clay beds ...
... almost 7 knots at times in the shallow, wave-free waters of the Limfjord. We like it here!
Nykøbing provides three options for sailors, a marina, the old harbour and finally the Nordhavn. We, as always, are reluctant to use the Danish box system so we looked for an alongside berth and we found one on the north side of the marina complex. A bit of a walk around the harbour to the facilities but otherwise fine. We found ourselves in front of a yacht bedecked ...