Havneby ferry port in Romo Island connects you with List in Sylt Island with a choice of up to 8 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Havneby to List crossing is from 35 minutes and the crossing is operated by Syltfähre.
Located on the south west coast of the Island of Romo, a Danish island sitting on the Wadden Sea, Havneby Port is considered the main town in the vicinity. With a population of less than 300 people, the port area is generally considered to be the only form of revenue for the island, creating several jobs and visitors. Havneby port has enough area to hold eight ships, though due to the lack of regular custom and ferry routes, the port very rarely uses all eight at once.
The only ferry route that is currently active from Havneby port is the crossing to the port of List on Sylt Island, a German island laying to the north of the mainland. The crossing is provided by a small ferry company known as Syltfahre and runs nearly 50 times per week, lasting on average around 35 minutes.
The ferry has minimal amenities on board due to the short length of the crossing and the few passengers, so it is advisable to bring food and drink on board.
Kilebryggen 10, 6792, Romo
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