Seastop – English

SEASTOP will raise service levels in 21 ports along the historic sailing routes in Stockholm, the archipelago of Aland and Turku. SEASTOP is funded with EUR 3.1 million from the European Regional Development Fund and co-financed by EUR 1 million from local and regional authorities in Sweden, Aland and Finland. This is a collaboration between the municipality of Varmdö, the city of Mariehamn, Enterprising Archipelago (Företagsam Skärgård), Bromarv City Council, and Peterzéns Ltd. The project is going on from 2018 to 2020. Read more about the entire project:

For the Aland Islands’ archipelago, the project supports the development of Degerby guest harbour (in Föglö municipality), Fiskö and Lappo guest harbours (in Brändö municiplaity) and Sandvik marina (in Kökar municipality)


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