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Pier Details

Name and number of the pier Skeppsbron 105
Pier information
Max LOA 130 m (length of quay)
Max depth 6 m (depth at quay)
Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic) Passenger
Fenders available (brand and type) Fixed rubber
Bollard strength 30 tonnes
Info on tides N/A
Info on wind
Restrictions Only on MARSEC Level 1
Distance to the city center (in Kilometers) 0 km
Are shuttle buses required? Not required
Distance to the airport (in Kilometers) 35 km
Clean pier before arrival + maintenance during the day Available
Good functional fenders Available
ISPS certified - compulsory Yes
Cleared and well signaled entrance / exit to/ from the pier Available
Pilotage service available Available
Proper tender facilities if available and needed by cruise lines N/A
Bunkers available Available
Tug available, bollard pull (14 t)
Fresh water available - supply rate (30 m3/hour) Available
Solid waste disposal Available
Toxic waste disposal Available
Bilge and Sludge disposal facilities Available
Black and grey water disposal facilities Available
Necessary space, facilities and labor to handling ship’s stores and provision Available
Restrooms available Not Available
Tourism information available at the port Available
X-ray available On request
Porters and stevedors available On request
First aid equipment available Available
Shore gangways available on request Available
Airline check-in at the port (desirable) Not available
Parking space for private vehicles Limited
Dedicated local cruise network and website
City maps available at pier Available
Crew designated center available at the port Seamen's Center ( & Katarina Seafarer's Center ( & Seamans Mission (
Pier Information related to shore power
Is your port currently equipped with shore power? From 2023 at quay S167. From 2024 also at quay S160.
Do you expect your port to have shore power in operation within the next 5 years? Yes, from 2023 at quay S167. From 2024 also at quay S160.
Is International Standard IEC/IEEE 80005-1 Compatibility Assessment process defined for each berth and ship combi-nation? Yes
Do you know if the energy provided in port are generated from renewable sources? 100% renewable