Arrival message

All vessels of 300 gross tonnes or more must report at port of call via the Norwegian Coastal Administration's port of call Safe Seanet. In addition, various routines apply at our ports for allocating berth space.

Vessels over 300 gross tons

All vessels, including fishing vessels, recreational boats and historic vessels, of 300 gross tonnes or more must report at the port of call via the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s port of call, Safe Seanet.

For further information on call fees, quay and item fees, see price list 2021. Calls must be reported no later than 24 hours before ETA.

Vessels under 300 gross tons

All vessels under 300 gross tons with a maximum length of 15 meters or more must notify their call in advance via the Port of Trondheim’s form.

Other vessels under 300 gross tons, less than 15 meters in maximum length, can apply for a guest harbor or small boat berth. Small boat berths for long term rentals are offered by local boat associations. See the port database for an overview.

ISPS call

The ISPS regulations contain a number of regulatory requirements and requirements for specific security measures that must be implemented on board the following ships in international traffic and in port facilities that serve such ships:

Passenger ships, including high-speed passenger ships, cargo ships, including high – speed cargo ships, of a gross tonnage of 500 or more; and mobile drilling rigs that are moved by means of their own propulsion machinery. See also regulations on securing port facilities.

Arrivals at Verdal, Steinkjer and Namsos

Verdal and Steinkjer

Inquiries about berths in Verdal and Steinkjer should be directed to tel: 74 07 54 00

See separate conditions for calls to Verdal.


Requests for berths are directed to the Port of Trondheim Namsos on tel: 918 66 017

Trondheim, Orkanger, Frøya and Stjørdal

Requests for berths are made via the call notification below.

Arrival message, vessels below 300 BT

Information about vessel


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