The Dyrsfjord premises has enough potential to become the largest tourist destination in northern Norway, and Dyrsfjord Brygge meets all three essential criteria for successful operation: Location, plenty of space and opportunities for further development.
The area around Dyrsfjord is typical because of its vast sandy seabed, which is the main presumption of existence of halibuts. It is known that halibuts are not that numerous in Norway at all as they are in our area. Interesting catches of our fishermen: Halibuts measuring 256 cm, 220 cm, 216 cm, 214 cm, 210 cm, 208 cm, 200 cm. Furthermore cods measuring 153 cm, 148 cm, 144 cm, etc. We are holders of a world record: On September 7, 2017, the fisherman Vojta Razskazov set world record - his halibut caught on a pole was 256 cm and 215 kg !!
Space and Territorial Plan
Dyrsfjord consists of 3 buildings, an apartment house with seven apartments (65-95 m2), warehouses and workshops on the mainland, a pier for boats, a building on poles, the area of the premises is 15.000 m2, of which 1.150 m2 are built on, the coastline belonging to the property is 300 meters long. Even an ocean liner may anchor next to the building on poles. According to the Territorial Plan approved by Karlsøy County, altogether 1,230 square meters of constructions can be built on the premises, two-storey buildings!!
What we suggest:
- To level the terrain on the left side of the entrance to create car parking for 20 cars
- To extend the number of boats to 20-30 boats that can anchor at the pier
- To install 15 mobile homes behind the main building and connect these to network