Trollhätte Canal


Trollhätte Canal

The Trollhätte Canal is a canal in Sweden that is now part of the Göta Canal. It connects the Göta älv river with Lake Vänern.

Ships classified as Vänermax are of the maximum dimensions that will fit through the canal. The maximum dimensions for a boat to traverse this canal are:
*Length: 88 m
*Width: 13.20 m
*Mast height: 27 m
*Depth: 5.40 m


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