Korsør Lystbådehavn is located just off the east side of the Storebælt Bridge. The harbour is the largest in West Zealand. The port is within walking distance of the town's pedestrian street, where there are a number of shops - including a Føtex. The harbour has a service building with toilets, laundry rooms and showers. Payment for baths is made via the harbour's debit card, which is withdrawn from the machine where you also pay the harbour dues. There is free internet in the port.
It's beautiful in Korsør
The harbour has an excellent restaurant offering good food at an affordable price.
Korsør Sailing Club has its home port in Korsør Lystbådehavn.
By & Overfartsmuseet offers an exhibition from when the ferries sailed from Korsør. Admission is free and the museum is open from 11-16 every day except Mondays, when it is closed. The museum is located at Korsør Fortress in Christian IV's warehouse building from the 17th century - a building that has been beautifully restored today.
2018: - 10 m: 135,- / day 10 - 12 m: 165,- / day 12 - m: 190,- / day Electricity is included in the port fees. Bath: 1,- / 30 sec.
Users resident in this port