Blekholmen Island is situated in the South Harbour of Helsinki, right in the city centre. The island is a beautiful landmark when entering Helsinki from the sea and the big white wooden clubhouse with its green roof is one of the most photographed buildings in Helsinki. There are berths for 125 boats. Club members have 75 berths and the rest are reserved for visiting yachts. The clubhouse is well kept and it has a large collection of flags and burgees, the largest collection of half models in the Nordic countries, a historically valuable collection of trophies as well as paintings and photographs. The pavilion houses a gourmet restaurant open to the public and there are dining rooms reserved for members and guests only. There are toilets, a sauna, showers, washing machines and tumble dryers for the comfort of harbour guests. The harbour is visited by approximately 500 guests during the summer months.
Restaurant NJK is open daily between 17 – 24 (except on Sundays) from May until September.