Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
Small cruise ships are able to berth within walking distance of the Skagen city centre.
Large cruise ships, however, must drop anchor. Passengers are then tendered to shore.
A free shuttle service is available to transport cruise passengers from the cruise quays to the inner town.
Skagen Denmark is a pedestrian-friendly city located at the most northerly point both in Denmark and in continental Europe. It is located between the Baltic and North Seas.
This picturesque fishing community features homes with red-tiled roofs and stunning scenery. The community has been home to many famous painters and writers including Hans Christian Andersen.
Top attractions in the city include art galleries, handicraft shops and sandy beaches. The Skagen Museum is home to some 1,800 works of art, including many by the famous Skagen painters.
View map of the Skagen Cruise Port (Skagen Havn)
The official currency in Denmark is the Danish Kroner, however, the Euro is widely used.
Skagen enjoy a cool, moist climate with precipitation distributed quite evenly throughout the year.
Free Wifi is available at the Skagen Cruise Terminal.