There are a lot of yachts and ships going to the sea at the Bormen Pier in Gothenburg. There are also many landmarks of the city around the pier. You can also play around the pier and feel the Swedes’ lifestyle.
Gothenburg’s small marina has a long history and is also close to the city center. Just walk to King Street. Boats to visit other islands also depart from here. Many yachts are often parked on both sides, and there are also a large number of seagulls.
Xiaobomen Wharf is very long. You can see a lot of yacht resources at this wharf. The wharf is also a good natural wharf. Here you can see the natural sea and sky. Yachts are also mainly private, and there are also available for lease. The kind, go out to play.
I really like Northern Europe. Although sometimes the air is too cold, it is really a clean and quiet feeling, a way of life that no one disturbs. It is a pity that we did not go to the night scene to see the night scene on the Internet. Pretty.
Xiaobomen Wharf is already a dedicated wharf for sightseeing passenger transportation and yachts. The wharf is relatively old. The highlight is the white sailing boat and the four-dimensional pole Viking, the rare four-mast sailing boat that has survived in the world. It still stands at the Little Bomen Pier in Gothenburg, Sweden.