Visit Malma Kvarn Guest Harbour in the Stockholm archipelago.
You are most welcome to the Guest Harbour of Malma Kvarn, owned and managed by Svenska Kryssarklubben, the Swedish Yachting Association. The guest harbour is located at our sailing camp.
Malma Kvarn is located at the Fågelbrolandet Island, Värmdö Municipality, in the Stockholm Archipelago.
It is a family-friendly marina with road connections to city of Stockholms. Summertime, there are daily bus connections to the central Stockholm (Bus 432 and 434 from the Slussen Bus Station).
Facts about the Malma Kvarn Guest Harbour
- Depth: 1.5–3.0 meters.
- Max 7 metric tons.
- Located on Swedish Sea Chart 6145 North West.
- Position: 59°15,4 N 18°36,9 E
- 14 Berthing Places with mooring bouys, marked with green signs.
- Fresh water taps on the dock.
- Laundry Room.
- Electricity on the dock.
- Wireless WiFi network.
Contact details for Malma Kvarn
- Harbour Master: +46 8 571 430 74.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (our club house in Stockholm).
Restaurant Grand Malma Kvarn
There is a nice, small, restaurant at the dock of the harbour, Grand Malma Kvarn. It is open during the summer months. The restaurant is small and very popular. We recommend reserving a table, +46 736 49 10 01.
About Svenska Kryssarklubben
Svenska Kryssarklubben (The Swedish Cruising Association) was founded in 1923. It is a non-profit organisation with 43,000 individually affiliated members. Svenska Kryssarklubben is for people who love boats, the sea and archipelagos whether under sail or power. The purpose of the association is to promote interest in tourist and long-distance cruising. In modern language, we want to inspire people towards active boating, greater community, and to share experiences to ensure safer boating.
Svenska Kryssarklubben is authorised by the Swedish Government to issue international certificates for pleasure boats according to Resolution No 13 ECE.
The harbour and fairway program is an important part of Svenska Kryssarklubben. It consists of a number of sea marks, transit lines, beacons and rock eyebolts as well as more than 160 mooring buoys and 9 harbours.