Welcome to Denmark’s updated and user-friendly harbour guide

Welcome to Denmark’s most popular harbour guide, which features good practical information about 277 recreational boating harbours and marinas. In addition to serving as an electronic harbour pilot, you’ll find a calendar for each harbour with current cultural events and experiences going on in the area. If you would like to eat out, there is an overview of the restaurants in the area. You can also see check if there are any tourist attractions you can take in while docked in the harbour. We are pleased to welcome you to Denmark’s best harbours – we hope you enjoy!

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News regarding Corona and further opening of borders

Updated 26. June 2020

English formular for reservation of 6 nights stay in Danish marinas - click here 

New entry rules into Denmark as from Saturday 27 June 2020:

Please find below, some of the new rules for entry. For all new changes, go to the Danish Police's website:

  • If you are not a Danish national and/or person resident in Denmark, the rules on entry into Denmark depend on whether you are are resident of an open or a banned country. Is my country open or closed? On this link, you can find answer to, whether your country is open or closed.
  • Regarding persons resident in the border regions. If you are resident in any of the regions of Schleswig-Holstein, Scania, Halland or Blekinge, you can enter Denmark regardless of the purpose of your entry. If your region does not comply with the criteria for being open and you do not have a worthy purpose, you must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test carried out no more than 72 hours before your entry into Denmark. Link to find more information about border regions, please go to this website 

English information
Learn more about the situation on the Danish Police's website or call +45 7020 6044.

German information
Sie können auf oder telefonisch +45 7020 6044 mehr über die Situation lesen.