Denmark - Kalundborg
WGS84: 55°40′60.00″N 11°5′60.00″E
Time zone: GMT+1
Anchorage depth: 12.5m - 13.7m
Cargo pier depth: 7.1m - 9.1m
Oil terminal depth: 6.4m - 7.6m
Harbor type: Coastal Breakwater
The world's most trusted yacht transport companies offer world-class, specialized services in the Port of Kalundborg, Denmark, one of Europe's most renowned and sought-after ports for yacht owners. Boasting an impressive yacht harbor, Kalundborg is conveniently located on the northwestern coast of Zealand ( Denmark's largest and most populated island) inside Kalundborg Fjord, about 68 miles west of Copenhagen. First settled in the early 12th century, the Kalundborg region has developed into a key industrial center by the mid 20th century, with the port progressively expanding its areas of activity ( ranging from passenger and container traffic to general, dry and liquid cargo to roll-on/roll-off and project cargoes) and culminating with the opening of an all-new west harbor on the south part of the Asnaes peninsula in 2015.
Nestled in the heart of Denmark, right on the T-route in Storebaelt, the picturesque port of Kalunborg serves up healthy doses of rich Danish culture and heritage, vast history and spectacular vistas of the Rosnaes peninsula, shaped by the movement of glaciers during the Ice Age. The Kalundborg municipality's network is a glaring and much-publicized example of successful industrial symbiosis implementation, started in early 1960s, with a remarkable range of material exchanges in the region fostering eco-innovation, a key part of industrial ecology. The Kalundborg port's neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of amenities, including gourmet restaurants, chic retail stores and classy entertainment venues, along with a delectable slice of tourist attractions and landmarks. The Danish port is home to the famed Kalundborg transmitter, the historic and world-famous five-tower architectural masterpiece known as the Church of our Lady as well as the grandiose Lerchenborg manor house, the finest example of Rococo architecture in Denmark, which currently serves as the clubhouse for Denmark's Royal Tarok Club whose regular guests include members of the Danish royal family, Danish celebrities, entrepreneurs and art gallery owners. The ideal and most popular yacht destination in the Baltic area, the Port of Kalundbord, Denmark is a match made in heaven with the most discerning and sophisticated yacht owners from all over the globe.