Namdalens industrihavn

The port at Namsos grew as a shipping port for timber and timber in 1845, and since then, sea transport has been an important part of the logistics for both forestry and industry. Shipment of timber and shipment of log timber, together with bulk sand, is still the largest activity at the port.
Mon. - Fri.Mon. - Fri.
Weekends / holidaysa.m. 06:00 - p.m. 15:15
Port security Tel: +47 918 66 017

Arrivals Information

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Quays in Namsos port

Quay-ID Quay name/Place Length Depth ISPS Water Crane
01 Rute Quay 64,0 6,0
02 Expedition Quay 155,0 6,0
03 Sand Quay 66,0 6,0
04 Railway Quay 106,0 7,0
05 Kis Quay 80,0 8,0 NOOSY-0001
06 Spillum north 65,0 13,0 NOOSY-0001
07 Spillum south 45,0 10,0 NOOSY-0001

Call tables

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Inquiries are directed to the Port of Trondheim Namsos on tel: +47 918 66 017

Arrivals must be reported no later than 24 hours before ETA.


Vessels of 300 gross tons or more

All vessels of 300 gross tonnes or more must in addition report at the port of call via the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s portal Safe Seanet. This includes fishing vessels, recreational vessels and historic vessels of 300 GT or more

For further information on port dues, quay and goods compensation, see port regulations.

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