Aalborg - Skudehavnen

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Trine Søe
Last modified
30/03/2020
Port position map
Harbour position DMS
57° 3' 31" N , 9° 53' 46" E
Harbour position DM
57° 3.51667' N , 9° 53.76667' E
Approaches
The port of call can be accessed around the clock. Two red bay fires lead in course 223 °. In addition, red and green sticks have been laid to help frame the entrance to the harbor. Strong eastbound currents may occur when strong wind blows from W.
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Skudehavnen is located at Aalborg in the Limfjord. The harbor is ideal if you want to visit North Jutland's largest city. Aalborg city offers many possibilities - here are plenty of restaurants, shops and small cafes.

At the harbor's cozy clubhouse there are 3 barbecue areas with tables and benches. Bathroom facilities are only open from 1 April to 15 October, and access is via a purchased chip card which can also be used to buy electricity. There is internet at the small clubhouse "Hexagon" in the harbor - the code for the network can be found on the message board in the clubhouse.

Vestre Bådelauget and Bådelauget Fiskek clustergen have a home port in Skudehavnen.

Attractions

Aalborg Maritime and Marine Museum is a maritime museum that has the submarine jumper in its exhibition. In addition, the museum exhibits various ship radios and navigation equipment and of course an exhibition around Aalborg harbor.

Aalborg Zoo offers animals from all over the world. You can , as the only place in Denmark, meet the world's largest animal, the African elephant. Visit the polar bears in their Greenland fjord, or face the Siberian tiger.

In the middle of the city on Nytorv you will find Jesper Bang's Stenhus, which consists of five floors and is the largest citizen's house in the Renaissance from the Renaissance.

In addition, it is recommended to visit Aalborg Kloster and Lindholm high by Nørresundby.

Telephone
+45 98 13 85 48
Ports charge

2020: June 16 - August 15 Both under 10 meters in length cost 160 kroner a day. Both between 10-12 meters in length cost 190 kroner a day. Both between 12-15 meters in length cost 225 kroner a day. Both over 15 meters in length cost 400 kroner a day. Other part of the year: Boats under 10 meters in length cost 120 kroner a day. Both between 10-12 meters in length cost 150 kroner a day. Both between 12-15 meters in length cost 175 kroner a day. Both over 15 meters in length cost 300 kroner a day. Please note that the port fee includes free bath. Electricity: 2.50 per kWt. Free harbor boats 60, - per day.

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