• Your Five-
    Star Port

    N 54° 19' E 10° 8'

PORT OF KIEL
your Five Star-Port
N 54° 19' E 10° 8'

Welcome to Kiel

The PORT OF KIEL is one of the most versatile ports in the Baltic region. Its geographic location, permanent depth for seagoing vessels and the direct link to the national rail and road network make the port very attractive for cargo and passenger traffic alike. State-of-the-art terminal facilities and a high service quality enable an individual approach. Furthermore, Kiel profits from its location at the entrance to the world's most frequented artificial waterway, the Kiel Canal.

 


 

Sailing list

Please find here all cruise calls of the season

Webcam

Watch ships arriving in the port of Kiel

Events

Meet us! We look forward to seeing you.

Directions

Adresses and journey descriptions

Parking

Parking spaces in our port – close to our terminals

Contact persons

Please click here to find your contact partner (m/f/d)

Weather

Informations about wind and weather in the port of Kiel

Terminals

More information about the PORT OF KIEL-terminals

Statistics

Facts, figures and more about the PORT OF KIEL

Picture library

The most beautiful pictures from our port

Film library

Discover our wonderful port in motion
 

News.

 
10 May 2022
Copyright: PORT OF KIEL

Contract for shore power facilities goes to Siemens AG

Offering shore power at four terminals as of 2023

The company SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG has commissioned Siemens AG with the construction of two shore power systems in the Ostuferhafen.

20 Apr 2022
Cruise season, Tom Körber

Start of Cruise Season 2022

PORT OF KIEL welcomes "Hamburg" as first ship of the season.

With a total of 249 planned calls, this year is expected to be the most international cruise season ever in Kiel.

24 Jan 2022
Forst Products Ostuferhafen / Picture: PORT OF KIEL

7.6 million tonnes of goods handled in record quantities at the PORT OF KIEL

922,000 passengers indicate clear upward trend

The seaport of Kiel handled a cargo volume of 7.6 million tonnes in 2021.

 

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