Norra Hamnen Marina Helsingborg

North Harbour is a port and a residential area in Helsingborg, locatedjust west of the city centre. The harbour was designed by engineer John Dunker and inaugurated in 1891 by King Oscar II. Norra HamnenMarina is one of Sweden's best located and well managed city harbours. It was awarded "This year's gold harbour" in 2005. It's easy to find, just north of (2 cable lengths) ferry port of Helsingborg. When entering the harbour you will find on your starboard side six floating jettyies witch uses red and green sign system. Mooring places vary in width from 2,5 to 4,3 meter and maximum tonnage of 8 tons. On the eastern quay there is no limit in size of boats and only for guesting boats. The whole harbour has a depth of 4 m.


Service in the harbour:

  • Harbour master
  • crane facilities
  • sanitary facilities
  • waste water removal

Service on the scene:

  • Crane service
  • petrol and diesel station
  • Electricity and water access at the berths
  • mast crane
  • waste pump
  • washing machine and tumble dryer
  • café
  • sauna
  • ATM, W-LAN, supermarket
  • restaurants
  • city bus (200m)