Dalskär island is a part of the Archipelago National Park. Dalskär is located approximately four kilometres to east from Gullkrona island. Many people are familiar with the bay of Dalskär opening to the east. It is a good and safe harbour – except when buffeted by easterly winds – and is particularly favoured by motor boaters. 

Directions and Maps

  • Coordinates Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 60° 05.0612' lon: 22° 08.9865'  ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 6670708 E: 230317
  • Nautical chart series: B, D
  • Nautical chart: 649, 703, 709, 25


The Excursion Harbour

  • Harbour number: 627
  • Depth: 1,3 - 3,0
  • Anchor
  • Open: east

Other Services

  • Campfire site
  • Toilet
  • Camping site 

Under the water is a statue of a sea eagle. The bird has a crown on its head.

Underwater statuetrail

Statuetrail consists from six underwater statues beside Armi Nurminen's Kalakoto –statue. Buoys and ropes will guide divers and snorkelers throught the statuetrail, which lies at the depth of 3 to 4 meters. The statues are made by students from Turun Suomalainen Yhteiskoulu –high school. Works reflects human relationship to sea environment.


112 Emergency Number

If you have an emergency during your trip, such as getting lost, injured or finding a wildfire, call 112. Read more detailed emergency instructions.

Download the 112 Finland application (112.fi) to your phone. When an emergency call is made through the 112 Finland application, the emergency centre attendant is automatically informed of the caller's location.

It is recommended to keep the mobile phone warm and to bring extra food and water with you. There are many excursion locations with no mobile coverage and some mobile phones does not work in sub-zero temperatures, that is why it is always a good idea to let someone know about your itinerary and timetable.

Outdoor Etiquette

A cartoon picture of a family walking on a summer path.

1. Respect nature.

2. Mainly use marked trails.

3. Camp only where it is allowed.

4. Light your campfire only where it is allowed.

5. Do not litter.

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