A boat sightseer in Danske Danska, the town that hosts the world famous Dansk sightseing boat festival, will have to go to a different town to find the right spot.
The city of Danskes has been hosting the sightseeing Boat Festival since 2005 and has been a hotspot for sightseers since it opened.
The festival is held every summer and draws around 200,000 people to the seaside town.
The Danskiys boats are designed to be as fast as possible, and the festival is known for their speed.
“I think they’re a bit too fast,” said festival organiser Jana Semenova.
“They’re not too much of a challenge.
I can take a boat to the ferry station.
I’m not the quickest, but I can do it.
I think it’s too slow.
It’s too big.”
To get to the boat festival site, people need to take a ferry from the city centre to Dansk.
The ferry has a capacity of 3,000 passengers and there are also a few other boats available.
The ferry to Danskerans boat festival starts at 7.00am and is not cheap.
The cost is around 800 euros ($1,600).
However, many people have managed to make the trip on their own.
The organisers of the festival are keen to try to attract more people to its events.
“It’s a festival of boats.
People come for the sightseering, the sailing and the fishing,” said Semenovs owner Jana.
“We want to give them something to do.
It might be a little bit too slow, but we don’t want people to miss out.”
For more information on the Dansk Sightseeing Boat festival, visit www.danske-danska.com.
(Reporting by Anna Martins; Editing by David Evans)