Siøsund (Siø Strait)

In 1960, the first part of the bridge construction connecting Fyn, Tåsinge and Langeland was finished; a dam and a low-level bridge leading across the western part of Siøsund. The boat traffic in this part of the strait has never been that busy, since the strait ends in Tåsinge Grund (Tåsinge Shoal), which is practically a dead end because of the water depth being less than one metre. The eastern part of the strait, however, has been used much more, primarily by ferries crossing from Vemmenæs to Rudkøbing. In the past, the ferry service was operated by ferryboats and barges with rows or sails.

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