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Bygdø allé båtforening

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Bygdø allé båtforening

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Bygdø Allé Båtforening (BAB) is a charity-based, non-commercial maritime community in the heart of Frognerkilen. The association has a beautiful, updated pier facility with 118 + 2 berths and a guardhouse in the innermost part of Frognerkilen, in addition to winter storage places on land at Sjølyst Båtopplag.The association is run by and for the members. This means that you must be a member to rec

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59.91767 N, 10.68809 E
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Active Winter Community?
Yes
Manoeuvrability
Fair
Approaches & Channel Marking
Fair
Dock Type
Floating
Depth at MLW
< 2m
Current/Tidal Flow
Beware
Visitor Berths
No
Telephone
+4722445936
Weather
Tue
5AM - 9AM
16 April 2024
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Light and variable.
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2°C
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Mostly fine
Tue
9AM - 1PM
16 April 2024
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NE 3–6 knots.
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Increasing from 3 to 8°C
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Mostly fine
Tue
1PM - 5PM
16 April 2024
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NE 4–6 knots.
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8°C
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Mostly fine
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