Terminal City is a traditional Danish port for bulk products over quay. Harbour cranes including operating crew are available for businesses on the port and in addition to these industrial customers, many enterprises engaged in production and servicing are also present on the port.
At the port, the Odense Municipality has established facilities for leisure sailing and even a floating restaurant has set up along the quays, which also hold the North Atlantic House with a restaurant. A trip on the water by kayak or on a pedalo is also an opportunity and the Odense Harbour Bath, inaugurated in the summer of 2016, offers free access for everyone.
Marinas/Yacht Clubs in Odense:
… and also for visiting boats, are located in Odense City Port at the innermost end of the port close to the city life and with access to common facilities at Havnepladsen.
At Byens Ø (the City's Island) are a host of activities for all ages where club members as well as day visitors may enjoy various facilities such as mini golf, parkour, football, playgrounds and much more.
The staff of LINDØ port of ODENSE are on the sites or at the Harbour Master's Office at Noatunvej 2.