Hirtshals Marina is located in Hirtshals harbor, which also contains ferry traffic, industry and fishing. The marina is located right next to the city center, so there is plenty of opportunity for provisioning.
Toilets and bath toilets are purchased at the Navy kiosk right by the bridge or by the marina's master. The pole price is 5 kroner. PCS.
The North Sea Museum is an oceanarium that offers experiences for the whole family. You can experience 5 large and more than 40 smaller aquariums, 70 fish species and lots of interactive experience at the museum. Several places in the outdoor areas can be brought along with food. It costs 145 kroner for adults and 80 kroner for children in the entrance.
The Hirtshals lighthouse was lit for the first time on January 1, 1863. It was built in King Frederick VII's reign, and the king's monogram adorns the tower just above the front door. In 1973, the lighthouse was automated and the lighthouse is still operational. It is possible to get up into the lighthouse where there is a view so beautiful. It is open daily from 10am to 5pm. It costs 20 kroner for adults and 10 kroner for children in the entrance.
The Hirtshals Museum offers fishermen's history. The museum is housed in an old fisherman's home built of boulders in 1880. The museum exhibits how a fishing family lived at that time, as well as exhibiting the two oldest types of fishing boats used by local fishermen. The museum also offers an exhibition around bark that is a kind of snaps.
Both up to 30 feet cost £ 120 a day. Both over 30 feet cost 140 kroner a day. The port fee includes electricity and water.