Odense harbor is located at the bottom of Odense Fjord and is originally a canal harbor. The harbor is a large industrial and commercial port and there are few places for pleasure sailors. There is a small motorboat harbor that is 4.8 meters wide and 4 meters high where motor boats are welcome. There is internet (Sealink) all over the harbor.
Odense is the largest city on Funen, it contains many older buildings and half-timbered houses.
The sailing and motorboat club Frem has its home port in the port of Odense.
St. Knud's church is Odense's cathedral. The church is considered to be Denmark's most impressive Gothic edifice. Sct. Knud's church was built in the 1300s, and the church is named after the Danish king Knud the Holy, who was bloody murdered in Odense in 1086. The skeleton of the Knud the Holy can be seen in the church's crypt together with the kings Hans and Christian II, who are also buried in the church.
Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, and it is possible to visit the museum of Hans Christian Andersen . The museum offers a thorough insight into the person, the author and the poet HC Andersen and his life. The museum also has many of his paper clips and drawings. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday.
Odense Zoo offers animals from all over the world, and is definitely worth a visit. A good idea is to plan the visit so that you get the feeding of the animals.
The municipal port: All boats of whatever size cost 100 kroner a day. Electricity and bath costs 20 kroner a day.
Sailing and Motor Boat Club Forward ( www.msfrem.dk ) (northwest of the harbor, NOTE: The area is locked in the evening!) 2016:
- 10 m: 120, - / day.
10 - m: 150, - / day.
Free port 40, - / day.
Incl. electricity and bath.
Payable on MobilePay: 21 14 87 06
Port Officer: 61 67 00 18
Diesel: 05.08.16: 10, - / l