Ports of Stockholm's most southern port – the Port of Nynäshamn – is located approximately sixty kilometres south of Stockholm. Ferries transporting both freight and passengers depart from 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 that are not able to, or do not want to, go through the archipelago into Stockholm.
New freight port in Nynäshamn
Ports of Stockholm is building the Baltic Sea freight port of the future, Stockholm Norvik Port, in Nynäshamn.
Quay facts Nynäshamn
Berth 1: Length 200 meter, depth 8 meter. Used by traffic to/from Gotland.
Berth 2: Length 170 meter, depth 7 meter. Used by traffic to/from Poland.
Berth 3: Length 200 meter, depth 9 meter. Used by traffic to/from Latvia.
Port regulations and ordinance
Are you in need of a tug within the port area?
Please contact Marin & Haverikonsult (external link)