. 23°04.44′ E
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* Depths and heights measures in metres, in reference to mean sea level (BHS-77)
ACCESS TO THE MARINA FROM THE SEA
The Koguva marina is situated in an ancient and famous fishing village. The village is the birthplace of the beloved Estonian writer Juhan Smuul. The farm in which he was born has been converted into Muhu Museum, which is definitely worth visiting. There is a small café, where you can grab something to eat, and a fishing museum in the marina building.
Sheltered from all directions. From WP1 (58°35.20′ N; 23°02.60′ E) follow the Orissaare leading line 130.6°–310.6° (2 Iso W 2 s; white triangles with black stripes on metal framework) and proceed to WP2 (58°35.68′ N; 23°04.01′ E). The channel to the harbour is marked by spar buoys of the lateral system.