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In the archipelagos of the Bay of Bothnia, there is 20â€“50 cm thick fast ice in the north and 10â€“30 cm thick fast ice in the south. At sea, there is very close, 10â€“40 cm thick very close ice, partly ridged in the north and northeast. Else, outside the fast ice, open to very close drift ice at places, with an brash ice barrier at the ice edge in the east. In Norra Kvarken, there is up to 35 cm thick fast ice in the archipelagos and most-ly new ice at sea. Along the coasts and archipelagos of the Sea of Bothnia, the Archipelago Sea and Ã…land Sea, there is fast ice or thin level ice. In the Gulf of Finland, there is up to 35 cm thick fast ice along the northern coast and in the easternmost part. At sea in the east, there is mostly very close, 10â€“20 cm thick ice. In the Gulf of Riga, there is up to 25 cm thick ice in Moonsund and PÃ¤rnu Bay. New ice and thin level ice occurs at places in the northern Baltic, Lake VÃ¤nern and the southeastern Baltic. New ice occurs in sheltered areas of the central Baltic. Fast ice or new ice is present in some inner fjords of the Skagerrak.
Bundesamt fÃ¼r Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH)