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Ventspils

Ventspils

The Freeport of Ventspils is a transport, transit and industrial center of international significance in Latvia and the Baltic Sea region. Advantages of ice-free deep-water port, diverse range of transport connections and logistics opportunities make us easily accessible in the EU, the CIS and towar...

Ust-Luga

Ust-Luga

Ust-Luga Port is the biggest and deepest port of the Baltic Sea, including the Baltic States and Finland. In 2015, the cargo turnover of the port amounted to 88 mln tons.

Turku

Turku

The Port of Turku is a modern European port that serves efficiently both cargo and passenger transports on the Baltic Sea. The services provided by the Port to vessel traffic are complemented by our partners’ modern terminal and warehousing services as well as logistical added value services. The va...

Szczecin

Szczecin

Seaports are the farthest Polish cities to the west. Their location is an important factor determining directions and possibilities of development of both ports as well as of the entire sea region. Ports in Szczecin and Swinoujscie are one of the largest port groups in the region of the Baltic Sea....

Swinoujscie

Swinoujscie

Seaports are the farthest Polish cities to the west. Their location is an important factor determining directions and possibilities of development of both ports as well as of the entire sea region. Ports in Szczecin and Swinoujscie are one of the largest port groups in the region of the Baltic Sea....

Stralsund

Stralsund

Major investment in the harbour's equipment and the local infrastructure such as expanding the southern harbour, building a new Franken harbour, connecting the harbour to the A20 autobahn via the Stralsund by-pass and the new Ruegen Bridge that came into use in October 2007 has made the location ver...

Stockholm

Stockholm

Ports of Stockholm offers quay-berths, facilities and services for ferry, cruise and goods traffic. Ports of Stockholm is also responsible for the development and maintenance of inner-city quays, as well as services for archipelago and other waterborne local traffic. Each year more than 11 millio...

Seehafen Wismar

Seehafen Wismar

We are your reliable partner for logistics in the Baltic Sea region. The central position of Wismar seaport is ideal for north-south traffic between Central Europe and Scandinavia. But this location also plays an important role in the grouping and distribution of goods flows due to its east-west con...

Rostock Sea Port

Rostock Sea Port

The port of Rostock offers outstanding nautical conditions. The protected location of the port at the mouth of the Warnow River on the Baltic Sea and the sea channel with a length of 3.6 nautical miles long and depth of 14.5 m allow a very easy approach. The port can accommodate ships with a len...

Ronne Havn

Ronne Havn

The Port of Roenne is the largest traffic and commercial port on the Danish island of Bornholm with more than 3,000 ships calling at the Port every year.

Rauma

Rauma

Port of Rauma is the largest container port of the Finnish west coast. Rauma is also the leading paper harbour in Finland and a general cargo port with a lot of Ro-ro and sto-ro traffic. The crane fleet is excellently suited for container, break bulk, general cargo and dry & liquid bulk cargo operat...

Oulu

Oulu

The Port of Oulu operates year round to serve Oulu, the biggest city in Northern Scandinavia and a city with lots of businesses in various industries. Oulu is the fastest-growing city in Northern Europe, with a history of more than 400 years regarding international seafaring, commerce, and industry...

Nynäshamn

Nynäshamn

The Port of Nynäshamn is a modern passenger and ro-ro port. Today this is one of the two mainland ports from which Destination Gotland ferries operate services to Visby. From Nynäshamn there is also traffic to Gdansk and Ventpils. Nynäshamn also receives the larger international cruise liners tha...

Naantali

Naantali

During the last ten years, Naantali has become one of the most important RoRo ports in Finland. Due to the port’s significant investments in ferry traffic, the unitized cargo is increasing rapidly. Today, Naantali is the fourth largest ferry port for trucks and trailers in Finland.

Mukrun (Sassnitz)

Mukrun (Sassnitz)

Sea Terminal Sassnitz is available for all types of cargo and ideal for offshore wind components. The multipurpose terminal is located on the island of Rugen, in Germany's easternmost deep-water port, and thus, has direct access to the Baltic Sea.