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Go for a different experience in Copenhagen

We all know the feeling of running out of ideas and lacking inspiration for what to do when you want to enjoy yourself with your friends or family. Often it is the same activities that you do over and over again. Although it is nice to play ball with friends, meet at the regular café or go to Tivoli with the family, a little change can sometimes be needed. Go on a different experience in Copenhagen. A sailing trip on a rented boat provides an intimate and enormously cozy atmosphere. Here you have the opportunity to talk, laugh and enjoy yourself as much as you want while experiencing Copenhagen and the atmosphere on the water. The next time you have to suggest an activity to your friends, we recommend a trip on the water.

Rules in the harbor of Copenhagen: How to behave on the water

Copenhagen Harbor is on a daily basis filled with everything from harbor buses to kayakers and swimmers. According to City and Port, there are 6,000 members of kayak and rowing clubs, 200 stand up paddle boards and 600,000 annual users of the harbor buses. There is therefore no doubt that Copenhagen Harbor is a well-visited urban space that is becoming increasingly attractive. In an area that has so much traffic, it can be difficult to know what you can and can't do. Find out more about the various rules in Copenhagen Harbor for your own safety and that of others.

Understand Copenhagen Harbor's traffic lights and signage

Copenhagen's recreational harbor has many users. Kayaks, rowing boats, canal cruises, motor boats, stand up paddle boards, harbor buses, sailing ships and rental boats bring life to the harbor every day. Being that many users of the harbor, we must take good care of each other and familiarize ourselves with the rules for proper behavior. It is important to understand Copenhagen Harbor's traffic lights and signage before you set sails - regardless of whether you are new on the water or an experienced skipper.

Boat rental in Copenhagen

Renting a boat and getting the opportunity to experience Copenhagen from the water side is something everyone should experience. Fortunately, there are several different boat rental companies in Copenhagen, so you have plenty of opportunities to get out on the water. By renting a boat, you get an intimate trip on the water, where you choose the guests yourself. Here you are allowed to be the captain of your own boat and thus also decide the route yourself and which sights you want to sail past.

Waste in Copenhagen Harbor

Copenhagen Harbor is a big blue urban park with space for many different stakeholders. As daily users of the harbor, we have a responsibility to take good care of the water and each other, so that everyone can travel safely and securely. In addition, we also have a responsibility to take good care of the harbor itself, so that it can continue to be used for recreational activities. At the same time, we must take care of animal and plant life and reduce the amount of waste in Copenhagen Harbor.

Attractions in Aarhus Harbor

The Port of Aarhus has been under development for many years. In the past few years, there has been a great focus on making the area a lot more recreational. You can read more about the history of the Port of Aarhus here. The harborfront offers new and old architectural buildings that should also be experienced from the waterside. With GoBoat you can experience the waterfront from the waterside and sail north through the canal to Aarhus Marina. However, you should be aware that on some days the water level can be so high that it is not possible to sail under the bridges that cross the canal towards the Marina. We have compiled a list of sights in Aarhus Harbour, which you will encounter on your way during a trip in a GoBoat.