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Hobro Både- og Fiskerihavn (Harbor)

In 1917, the harbor moved to its current location - right next to Denmark's oldest active wooden shipyard, founded in 1849. Since 1977, the shipyard has restored and renovated old wooden ships - while neighboring Hobro Boat & Fishing Harbor has evolved, but with great respect for history.

The focal point of the harbor remains fishing - even though today there is only one full-time fisherman and 4-5 part-time fishermen left at the harbor.

Therefore, the development at the harbor has also moved towards focusing on many other activities. Primarily, pleasure boats and various fast boats occupy the majority of the harbor's 81 berths, as well as family activities and great hospitality towards visiting sailors being part of everyday life.

Guest fee per day: 130 kr.

Use of the slipway: Free

The harbor also has camper van spaces located in connection with the boat and fishing harbor on the eastern side of the area.


Learn more about the harbor here.