With ports in Stockholm, Kapellskär and Nynäshamn, Ports of Stockholm is strategically located in the heart of one of Europe's fastest growing population and consumer regions.
The ports in Stockholm (Stadsgården and Värtahamnen) are central ports for goods and passengers travelling to and from Finland and the Baltic States. Frihamnen Port is essential for the international cruise traffic.
Port of Kapellskär, 90 km north of Stockholm, and Port of Nynäshamn, 60 km south of Stockholm, are outlying ports that have short approach fairways and provide an excellent complement to the central ports.
Port of Kapellskär is very important for the rapid transport of freight goods to and from Finland and Estonia.
Port of Nynäshamn is a mainland port for services to Gotland and is advantageously situated for ferry services to and from central and southern Baltic Sea ports.
Stockholm Norvik Port is located 60 km south of Stockholm (just north of Nynäshamn) and is a container and RoRo port with prime location in the Baltic Sea.