PORTS

Geiranger Port

Passenger – Cruise – Tender - Ferry – General Cargo – Bulk

A well-functioning and well-known tender port, offering exciting, scenic excursions and activities.

The port comprises a cruise terminal, seawalk and 3–4 anchor positions depending on the size of the ship.

The SeaWalk is a 236 metres long and 4.5 metres wide steel, ADA-compliant construction, floating on 10 wave-damping pontoons with a capacity of more than 4,000 passengers per hour, and can carry a passenger load of more than 300 tons. 

Geiranger Pier: Length 56 metres - Draught 4.3-9 metres. Cargo and bulk only.

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Hellesylt Port

Passenger – Cruise – Tender - Ferry – General cargo - Bulk - Container

Hellesylt Pier: Length 40 metres - Draught 5 metres

Hellesylt Cruise Pier: Length 143 metres - Draught 10.52 metres

The gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Hellesylt Port has long traditions as a cruise destination, and is well known as the starting or ending point of the classic overland excursions to Geiranger, or excursion to Stranda only.

It is possible to berth at the pier at Hellesylt for half a day, and then continue to Geiranger for a further half-day. This schedule allows the authorities to provide better services on water and even better services and logistics on shore. As our offer includes three ports and the most famous brand name in Norway – the Geirangerfjord – our services are unparalleled.

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Stranda Port (not ISPS approved)

Passenger - Ferry – General cargo – Bulk - Container

Stranda Pier:  Length 70 metres – Draught 4.5-5 metres.

Stranda is a new facility for shore excursions and activities and is one of Scandinavia’s most renowned freeride ski destinations. The ski resort has invested in a gondola and two chairlifts so they can offer visitors a spectacular view of the mountains and the fjord. A visit to Stranda can be combined uniquely with Geiranger and Hellesylt. Visitors also have the option to combine these stops with a visit to Ålesund.

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