Sailor House includes the harbour master's office, kitchen facilities and bathroom and toilet facilities.
In the Sailor House there is a machine where sailors can pay harbour dues, electricity and bathing water. The machine can be used 24 hours a day and credit cards can be used, which gives the sailors great flexibility and therefore more efficient service.
Electricity meters have been installed so that sailors only pay for the electricity they use.
Live streaming from Anholt harbour
In recent years, the Anholt Harbour has made a number of improvements to the harbour's facilities for the benefit of yachtsmen.
On this page, we offer a web camera service for the harbor's sailors to stay updated on the current weather in Anholt harbor and the number of sailboats at the bridges. Anholt is far from the mainland, so being able to see the weather conditions before embarking on a long voyage is a much-requested service from yachtsmen. In the event that any guests have objections to this, we encourage you to contact the Port of Anholt. At Sailor House and the area in front of it, you will be informed about the camera.
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Mooring and new floating bridges
Stern mooring buoys make it easy for sailors to moor boats so they lie well - even in bad weather. A spike has been developed for Anholt Harbour's stern mooring buoys, which is shot into the harbour bottom and wedges itself in place so that the buoy can withstand the pull of the boats.
The buoys are 3 metres high, of which 1 metre is above the water. They are therefore easier for sailors to grasp, without risk of damage to the boats.
The marina meets guests' expectations for safe and comfortable floating docks. The harbor at Anholt can accommodate approximately 250 vessels.
New water meters have been installed on all the bridges, and LED lights have been installed in the electric meters, which provide nice and pleasant lighting on bright summer evenings.
During the summer holidays, the harbour basin is crowded. The isolated island in the middle of the Kattegat is a magnet for sailors who want to go off shore. In many ways, a trip to Anholt is a journey into a time when nature, local residents and the many summer visitors share a unique part of Denmark.
The barbecue area at the Sailor House
During the summer months, weather permitting, the large barbecues at Sailor House are lit. This is a nice service for the sailors, and it also prevents disposable barbecues from being left on the bridges. It's a sought-after offer, so it's a case of finding a table before the langoustines and steaks can go on the grill.
Beaches and blue flags
Almost the whole island is surrounded by white beaches. You can always find shelter and there are child-friendly water depths. A little tropical paradise in the middle of the Kattegat with plenty of sunshine.
Anholt Vesterstrand will also have Blue Flag in 2023. The country's Blue Flag beaches offer good facilities, bathing safety and good environmental conditions. The flag is awarded for one year at a time and must be approved by both a Danish and international jury.
The criteria for water quality, safety, information, environment and facilities must be met in order to receive the Blue Flag.
Want to know more about the Anholt harbour area? Then you can follow the sailing guide MarinaGuide. During the summer period they send newsletters about events at the harbours. Here you will find:
- Description of the marina
- Eat and shop