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Newsletter 3
Dear Fellow Multihuller´s!
This Newsletter starts to be a habit and we have to admit that we are starting to be a bit jealous of you, our visitors. You have something in front of you that we will miss – the journey to IMM! But! We will meet You here!
We will try to point out some of the great places you will pass on the way here. Make a stop and discover what these harbours have in place for you. Maybe we can give you a tip of what to find?

If you are coming from the southwest, maybe passing Kiel head straight up in between Langeland and Lolland. Then go east into Smålandsfarvandet and enjoy sheltered waters with small idyllic islands. Lower your anchor and just relax. Or – dock at Bandholm harbour and take the kids to Knuthenborg Safaripark?

Next day you continue east under the beautiful Storstrømsbridge, head a bit northeast up under the newer Farøbridge into the magnificent shallow part called Bøgestrømmen. Kalvehave is a small very charming harbour perfect for lunch and Præstø is maybe a place for the night, very well protected.

Now we are headed for the sea again, going northeast out through the very narrow but easy navigated stream, just follow the coast north and soon you will see Rødvig, famous for its fishing industry and friendly guest harbour. Lunch anyone?
The rest of the navigation up to Copenhagen is easy, just follow the other Multihulls over Køge Bugt and you will arrive at Dragør. The fort was the southeast protection for the Copenhagen and a very nice place to visit before you enter the “Big City”. We will give you more examples of “How to come to us” in the upcoming Newsletters.
Welcome to Öresund!
Take a look at our own Google map and discover your summer vacation!

As a special feature we are presenting producers and importers of our Multihulls.
They will be present at the IMM 2009 waiting to be visited by you.

This time we are proud to present Dragonfly, produced by Quorning Boats.
They are responsible for many of the dreams of Multihull sailing in our world, and I know the Danish sailors are very proud of them.
Please visit the Website at: www.dragonfly.dk
Please direct all interested in our Newsletters to: pcatm@hotmail.com

Fill in your preliminary entry at the form in the website!
The IMM 2009 Crew

Sidst opdateret 3. februar 2009