Long tradition of excellent quality and good service
Base port for maritime services
The Port of Thyboron is a powerhouse for the maritime services industry and for business growth throughout the region. The service industry has grown steadily for generations, in step with the growth of the fishing sector and port expansion. Everything from modern fishing vessels, cargo ships, and ro-ro vessels, to sand dredgers and offshore vessels receive outstanding maritime service.
Flexible facilities and increased capacity
The Port of Thyboron offers easy access for maritime services at the vast majority of its quays. In 2016, the largest floating dock on the Danish west coast arrived at the Port of Thyboron. The new facilities have increased both capacity and flexibility. The shipyards at the Port of Thyboron can now dock vessels of up to 9,000 tonnes, and take in even more vessels at the same time.
Whether you arrive in a fishing vessel, cargo ship, tanker, construction vessel, offshore supply ship, crew vessel or something else altogether, the maritime service companies at the Port of Thyboron have the expertise to service, repair, rebuild or maintain your vessel. The companies work closely together, so the various tasks can be offered as a single package. For example, the shipyard, ship carpenter, painter and electrician might perform the task together.Maintenance and repair
Lang tradition of maritime services
The maritime services sector has grown strong, in step with advances in fishing and the growth of the port. The first facilities for maritime services were established at the Port of Thyboron in the 1930s. Since then, a four-track slipway has been added, and the largest floating dock on the Danish west coast. The latter has increased capacity since 2016 and can dock vessels up to 9,000 tonnes in size.
A peek into the industry
Take a peek into the many professions that use the Port of Thyboron. There are some very good examples on Instagram of how port users work and utilise Thyboron Port.