Helsinki

General information

Name:
Helsinki
Country:
Finland
UN/Locode:
FIHEL
Local time:
Vessels in Port:
52
Expected Vessels:
9
Berths:
28
Coordinates:
N 60° 09' E 024° 60'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
17.11. 15:53
Passenger Ship
17.11. 14:53
Passenger Ship
17.11. 14:32
Passenger Ship
17.11. 13:09
Passenger Ship
17.11. 11:32
Passenger Ship
17.11. 09:04
Passenger Ship
17.11. 08:32
Passenger Ship
17.11. 08:22
Passenger Ship
17.11. 07:55
Passenger Ship
17.11. 07:06

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Passenger Ship
17.11. 17:30
Passenger Ship
18.11. 08:30
Passenger Ship
18.11. 09:10
Cargo Ship
19.11. 05:45

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
17.11. 15:25
Cargo Ship
17.11. 14:56
Passenger Ship
17.11. 14:07
Passenger Ship
17.11. 12:24
Passenger Ship
17.11. 09:44
Passenger Ship
17.11. 09:24
Passenger Ship
17.11. 08:10
Passenger Ship
17.11. 06:24
Passenger Ship
16.11. 22:35
Passenger Ship
16.11. 21:25

Latest news

Northern Europe’s first floating rubbish bin installed in Helsinki

Wed May 10 10:08:34 CEST 2017 arnekiel

The technology group Wärtsilä’s project to bring floating rubbish bins to Finland is making progress. The project is being executed in honour of Finland’s centenary. The first Seabin marine rubbish bin in all of Northern Europe was launched and placed in test use today in Uunisaari, off the coast of the Kaivopuisto district of Helsinki. Another floating rubbish bin will be installed in Helsinki at the turn of June. Wärtsilä will be operating as the Seabin Project’s global pilot partner for the next three years. The other six pilot partners are La Grande Motte in Southern France, Porto Montenegro in Montenegro, Port Adriano in Mallorca (Spain), Butterfield in Bermuda, and Safe Harbor Marinas in the United States. Seabin Project launched its new V5 Hybrid model at the end of April. It then began installing prototypes at its pilot partners’ sites. For a three-month trial period, the pilot partners will provide information about how the floating rubbish bins have functioned. Seabins are expected to go on commercial sale in August. http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/project-run-by-wartsila-and-seabin-project-makes-progress-northern-europes-first-floating-rubbish-bin-installed-in-helsinki/

Port of Helsinki opens new passenger ferry terminal

Tue Mar 21 09:27:31 CET 2017 arnekiel

Finland’s Port of Helsinki has officially opened its new passenger ferry terminal, West Terminal 2, which features an automated mooring system from Cavotec. West Terminal 2 is the largest single investment project undertaken by the port in a decade and included the construction of new berths, a terminal building, passenger bridges and access roads. Cavotec has also installed its MoorMaster units, vacuum-based automated mooring technology that eliminates the need for conventional mooring lines. The remote-controlled vacuum pads on the quayside will moor and release Tallink Grupp’s new 212-metre Tallink Megastar and Tallink Star passenger ferries in seconds. This is much quicker than conventional mooring systems. The systems will also reduce noise and emissions. http://www.cruiseandferry.net/articles/port-of-helsinki-opens-new-passenger-ferry-terminal#.WNDkQfnNy9I

The Port of Helsinki's West Terminal 2 opens on Monday 27 February

Sat Feb 25 20:17:26 CET 2017 arnekiel

The Port of Helsinki Ltd's West Terminal 2 in the West Harbour will be opened to passengers on the morning of 27 February 2017, the company said in its press release. The new terminal, featuring a breathtaking view of the sea, offers a whole new level of travel comfort and convenience. The nearest tram stop is right next to the entrance, and the spacious terminal itself is easy to move about in, while the glass walls of the departure lounge offer an uninterrupted view of incoming and departing ships. Walking distances to the ships are short and those traveling by car will be served by a fast check-in system. The terminal's restaurant and café services with the longest bar on the Baltic can be found in the departure lounge, and are provided by Panorama Bistro & Bar Helsinki. To support the idea of fast travel, the restaurant and café serve light snacks and foods without compromising on freshness and quality, while the bar offers a wide range of beverages, including specialty beers and high-quality coffee. The Port of Helsinki is Finland’s busiest passenger port. This coming summer promises to be especially hectic for sea traffic: On the busiest days, there will be 24 departures to Tallinn from the South Harbour, the West Harbour and Katajanokka Harbour.

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