Frederikshavn is a port town in Denmark's Nordjylland region (on the Jutland peninsula's northeastern coast, northern Denmark. The town has a population of around 25,000. As a Baltic Sea port, Frederikshavn is an important ferry port serving the routes between Denmark and Sweden (Goteborg) and Norway (Oslo).
Town's current economy is based mainly on heavy machinery manufacturing. The region's largest employer is MAN - marine diesel engines and propulsion systems manufacturer. Here is also the Royal Dutch Navy Base Frederikshavn, where are homeported Denmark's icebreakers (currently none), the 1932-launched HDMY Dannebrog (royal yacht, official and private residence for the Queen of Denmark) and the 1933-built sailing ship Danmark (full-rigged training ship owned by the government agency Danish Maritime Authority)
The list of popular tourist attractions includes Bangsbo (Fort, Museum, Botanical Garden), Art Museum, Frederikshavn Shipyard Historical Society, as well as the annual Tordenskiold and Bangsbo Flower festivals.
In May 2019, Port Frederikshavn contracted Bladt Industries AS (1965-founded, Aalborg-headquartered international steel company) for building port's new oil terminal. Construction works include dewatering, concrete, installations, 11 storage tanks for wastewater and marine fuels (total capacity 74,400 m3), loading facilities, a pumping station, pipes, electricity, central heating, staff facilities, controls/automation. The new terminal is scheduled for completion in 2020-Q4 and will be rented by Stena Oil AB.
Frederikshavn cruise terminal
Port Frederikshavn ferry terminal's address is "Faergehavnsvej 10, Travikhavnen DK-9900 Frederikshavn" (GPS coordinates 10.54365, 57.43459). The port's main parking area is located on your left when entering the port. There is a passenger pick up / drop off are (with limited parking spaces) in front of the ferry terminal building.
The nearest to the port train station (Frederikshavn Station) is at approx 20 min walking distance from the ferry terminal "Stena Line Terminal". The railway station connects Frederikshavn with the Danish cities Hjorring, Aalborg, Arhus, Odense, Copenhagen, and Skagen. The nearest to the port bus station is at approx 20 min walking distance from the ferry terminal.
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