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  • Värtahamnen - ferries to Finland, Åland and Estonia

  • Frihamnen - ferries to Riga, St Petersburg and international cruise ships

  • The container terminal in Stockholm is also situated in Frihamnen

  • Loudden oil terminal in the same area

  • Ferries to Finland and Åland and international cruise ships

  • The city quays with archipelago boats

  • Nybrokajen and Strandvägen

Our Ports

The geographical location of our ports makes them environmentally friendly transport alternatives to and from Stockholm and the Mälar Valley. A third of the population of Sweden lives here and is supplied daily with goods transported via our ports.

The Ports of Stockholm Group includes ports in Stockholm, Kapellskär and Nynäshamn. Our ports in Stockholm (Stadsgården, Frihamnen and Värtahamnen) are central ports for goods and passengers travelling to and from Finland, Russia and the Baltic countries. The ports of Kapellskär, 90 km north of Stockholm, and Nynäshamn, 60 km south of Stockholm, are outports that with their short entrance fairways provide excellent complements to our more centrally located ports.

The Port of Kapellskär plays a major role in the rapid transport of freight to and from Finland and Estonia. The Port of Nynäshamn is a mainland port for traffic to and from the island of Gotland and is advantageously situated to serve ferry traffic operating on routes to ports in the central and southern Baltic Sea areas.

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