The Limfjorden Rundt race has become in the course of 26 years what tourist Manager an event call. Always when after the holiday season slowly calm about the Northern Jutland, the summer guests back to their towns have returned and dream up their next vacation of the long blue ribbon between the Baltic Sea and North Sea, then a small, battle-hardened crowd approaching the Limfjord quietly. With billowing sails, Brown, white and red, take course on the ton of control of neck, the eastern entrance of the Limfjord in the Kattegat. You come from Norway, Sweden, Germany and especially Denmark. Some vehicles have almost plump, others elegant. On some up to 20 crew members flit around to operate sailing, traps and lines, others have just the place for three or four people. All ships have one thing in common: they all once had the task of making money for their owners.
“” As cargo or transport ships such as the Fulton “or Martha”, as a pilot “” like the elegant, designed by the Norwegian Colin Archer Carina”, Nanoq” and Nordland “or as one of the many former fishing trawler as the Bolette”, Johs. Hejlesen”and the noatun”. Their owners, be it clubs, communities of owner of or individuals, need plenty of time to keep money and an unusual stamina to the ships in shot often over 100 years old. But all troubles are forgotten when it comes to the late-summer meeting in the Limfjord. This year, again over 60 boats in the harbour of logstor will jostle. The lively, enterprising people of the veteran ships will flush the summer-weary town from the rest, much to the delight of the many land crabs, which fascinated this drift and a little envious watching. “The sailing regatta Limfjorden Rundt” has become that with their top tax man, Niels Sohn, over the course of 26 years, what a tourist Manager pleasing event “call.