Skovshoved Havn is a modern marina located at Charlottenlund in North Zealand. There are about 10 kilometers to Copenhagen from the harbor.
There are public restrooms in the harbor. Locked toilets and bathing facilities are located in the white building known as the Sand Castle next to the harbor office. The door code is provided by the port staff.
Charlottenlund Castle is an intriguing building that has been in royal possession until 1935. The castle has been erected by building materials from the former Copenhagen Castle. The beautiful castle garden of the 1880s was transformed from Baroque to romantic style. The English-inspired garden system contains a large number of small fine sights. Today, Charlottenlund Castle is owned by Denmark's Fisheries and Marine Research. Parts of the castle are used for cultural events.
The hill is an amusement park located in the middle of a forest - also called Dyrehavsbakken. The zoo is in many ways a unique place. With a history stretching back more than 400 years, Dyrehavsbakken is nothing short of the world's oldest theme park. Popular excursion destination for the whole family.
Prices 2020: Applicable rates are (Payable according to boat width):
0.00-2.50 m. = 170 kr.
2.51-3.50 m. = 200 kr.
3.51-4.00 m. = 245 kr.
4.01-5.00 m. = 350 kr.
Over 5.00 m. = 645 kr.
The price includes water and electricity as well as use of toilets and locked bathroom facilities. Charge for boat charging 250 kroner.
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