Haderslev Fjord is a 15 kilometer long, narrow and winding fjord, that cuts into Southern Jutland from the Little Belt. Here you will always find something new to see, and the trip through one of Denmark's most beautiful fjords is stunning. Haderslev Harbour lies at the heart of the city, with only a short distance to shopping and sights.
The northside of Haderslev Harbour is owned by the municipality, and the southside of the harbour is home to Haderslev Sejl Club (HSC), which also has an autocamper-site, and after HSC lies Haderslev Sejlforening (HSF). Make sure to pay your harbour fee at the correct club.
Haderslev Sejl Club (HSC):
Haderslev Sejlforening (HSF):
When you can sail no further, you are a HSF. Spots marked "Gæst" are reserved for guests, but all spots showing green are of course free to use. Shower- and toilet facilities as well as an outdoor kitchen is easily accessible next to the club house. You will also find 2 barbecue spots, one of which, "Grotten", is roofed. "Ty i Ly" is a roofed terrace free to use. There is also an open roof-deck with tables, benches and parasols free to use. From this terrace there is a lovely view of the harbour area.
By the entrance to the harbour office you will find the payment machine, where you can pay the harbour fee. Everything is included in the harbour fee, which means: electricity, water, shower, Internet and bikes.
Number of berths (200)