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... now been left behind and forests abound. The Ferry crosses the border of the Baltic Sea & North and is a 2 1/2 hour journey abound a very large catamaran to Denmark. We landed at Hirtshals before heading to Aalborg. First impressions of Denmark is that it is flat! It is made up of approximately 440 islands with a temperate climate with warm & dry summers. Unlike Norway and Sweden, Denmark has 4 seasons. It is a ...
A beautiful morning, blue skies and warm. We had to arrive 2.5 hrs before our 11.30 sailing and drove into the port at 8.45 to be greeted by what looked like a shambles. Mhomes, cars, mbikes, were shuffled off to a sand parking lot which vehicles facing all directions. Gradually we were filtered out towards another queue at checkin. Here we learnt that passengers have to leave the vehicles prior to embarkation ...
160 miles brings us to Hirtshals in northern Jutland. As we drove north there was less and less traffic and the population centres are small. Some large lorries making their ways to the ferries for Iceland and Norway. Driving around plenty of motorhomes around waiting for the Iceland ferry. Our campsite is about a mile from a long beach. You can drive on the beach but there are hardly any vehicles and I could not see either end of ...
... thing though, not a single angler on the beach. Perhaps they don’t allow fishing there.
We watched some guys launching a ski boat through the surf. They dropped the boat and trailer into the water, drove the boat off the trailer and simply left the trailer in the water whilst they headed out to sea. Very strange……glad it’s not my tailer.
On the way back from the beach we took an ...
... they were moving a ship from one dock to another whilst towing another one out, the former had an alarming list, a list that came and went which was hard to explain. Anyway, we squeezed between these comparative behemoths and headed out, reckoning on having to motor most of the way, given the forecast. Happily, the forecast proved to be somewhat on the conservative side when it came to wind speed and we had double that which ...