• Harbours &Terminals

    The modern ferries of the Scandinavia connections dominate the picture of Kiel’s city port. The biggest harbour part is located on the east bank of the Fjord: Ostuferhafen is where the ferry traffic to Russia and the Baltic States is concentrated. The new cruise passenger terminal at berth no. 1. was opened here in 2014.

    On the next pages, you will find more information about the following terminal facilities:

    • City ports: Norwegenkai, Schwedenkai and Ostseekai
    • Ostuferhafen
    • Canal ports: Nordhafen and Scheerhafen
    • Overview/berths
    Kreuzfahrtschiff in Kieler Förde
    Overview harbour parts, picture: Peter Lühr
  • Harbours & Terminals

    Norwegenkai

    Norwegenkai (Norway Quay) is one of the best terminal facilities on the German coastline. Germany's only direct ferry connection between Germany and Norway departs from here on a daily basis. The Color Magic and Color Fantasy are the largest passenger ferries on the Baltic with a cruise-ship standard.

     

    In the summer months, Norwegenkai (Norway Quay) also serves as a docking point for cruise ships.

    Capacity
    Max. draft
    Roro piers
    Gangways
    Total area
    ISPS certificate
    Terminal overview

      

    2,500 passengers
    9 m
    2
    2
    45,000 m2


    Norwegenkai Luftbild
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    SCHWEDENKAI

    Daily sailings to Gothenburg with the large combined Stena Line ferries de- part from the new Schwedenkai (Swe- den Quay) Terminal built in 2010, offering excellent travel options. The target markets in Scandinavia are reached in an overnight service. Short distances within the terminal to all other modes of transport and the separation of passenger check-in and cargo handling make the conditions

     

    ideal. The port's rail connection means units can be transferred directly from train to ship.

    Capacity
    Max. draft
    Quay length
    Roro piers
    Total area
    ISPS certificate
    Terminal overview

      

    3,000 passengers
    9 m
    720 m
    2
    64,000 m2


     

    Schwedenkai Luftbild
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    Ostseekai

    The Cruise Terminal Ostseekai at the heart of the city centre is one of the most modern and high-capacity terminals on the German coastline. The terminal was designed to meet the high expectations of today's cruise ships and their passengers. Bright and welcoming, with modern check-in and waiting zones, as well as a spacious baggage handling area.

     

    The Cruise Terminal Ostseekai serves both small ships as well as very large cruise ships.

    Capacity
    Max. draft
    Berths
    Quay length
    Gangways

       

    6,000 passengers
    9.5 m
    2
    285 m & 355 m
    2

    ISPS certificate
    Terminal overview
      Floor plan

    Ostseekai Luftbild
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    Ostuferhafen

    Ostuferhafen is the freight and logistics centre of the Kiel Fjord. Ferry traffic to Russia and the Baltic States is concentrated here in the largest area of the port of Kiel. With 6 ferry moorings, LOLO and RORO facilities and the intermodal terminal, the Ostuferhafen caters for tri-modal handling with open-air storage spaces, storage buildings and service buildings.

     

     

    Max. draft
    Quay length
    Total area
    Warehousing area
    Silos
    Roro berths
    2 cranes
    1 RTG crane
    Intermodal terminal
    ISPS-certificate
    Terminal overview

      

    11.5 m
    1,700 m
    500,000 m2
    26,500 m2
    120,000 m2
    6
    up to 140 tons
    up to 45 tons
     
     
     

     

     

    Luftbild Ostuferhafen
    Ostuferhafen, picture: Peter Lühr
  • Cruise berth no.1

    The new Cruise Berth No. 1 was opened in Kiel on 2nd June 2014.

    The outside spaces, the luggage area and the modern light-flooded passenger-pavilion with a view to the Kiel-Fjord offer ample space for the handling of large cruise ships.

    Best conditions – both nautically and operational.

     

    Passenger capacity
    Quay length
    Max. draft
    Quay height
    Gangway
    Waiting area
    Luggage area
    Parking space
    ISPS-code
    Distance to city centre
    ISPS certificate
    Floor plan

       

    4,000
    395 m
    9.5 m
    4.95 m
    mobil
    1,300 sqm
    2,500 sqm
    yes
    yes
    8 km


     

    Cruise Berth No. 1, Animation
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    Nordhafen

    Nordhafen, located at the lock Holtenauer Schleuse, is a maritime commercial area covering several hectares. The trimodal site is excellently connected for all modes of transport. Quick access to the motorway network and the rail connection are some of the location's main advantages. The direct location at the Kiel Canal offers inland as well as seagoing vessels easy

     

     

    accessibility and very good equipping options for passing through.

    Max. draft
    Quay length
    Total area
    Silos
    Terminal overview

      

    up to 9.5 m
    913 m
    16,000 m2
    77,000 tons

    Nordhafen Luftbild
    Nordhafen, picture: Peter Lühr
  • Harbours & Terminals

    SCHEERHAFEN

    The Scheerhafen is situated in the area of Wik, at the entrance to the Kiel Canal, the busiest man-made waterway in the world. The quayside facilities handle construction materials and are ideal for self-loading bulk vessels.

     

    Max. draft
    Quay length
    Total area
    Terminal overview

      

    10.5 m
    375 m
    8,000 m2

    ISPS-certificated

    Scheerhafen
    Scheerhafen, picture: Peter Lühr
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