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Nynäshamn

Our most southern port – the Port of Nynäshamn – lies approximately sixty kilometres south of Stockholm. Boats 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 (on the island of Gotland). From Nynäshamn there is also traffic to the destinations of Gdansk and Ventpils.

In Nynäshamn we also receive the larger international cruise liners that are not able to, or do not want to, voyage through the archipelago into Stockholm.

Major changes are planned for Nynäshamn

Ports of Stockholm plans to build the Baltic Sea freight port of the future, Stockholm Norvik Port, in Nynäshamn.

Read more about our plans



Did you know that...

...around 1.3 million passengers travel via Nynäshamn annually.

...approximately 60,000 units of cargo pass through the port each year.

...the port was used by Gotland traffic as early as 1902. 

...historically Nynäshamn was previously a departure point for travel to both Russia and Germany.

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