Kiel

General information

Name:
Kiel
Country:
Germany
UN/Locode:
DEKEL
Local time:
Vessels in port:
69
Expected Vessels:
19
Berths:
66
Coordinates:
N 54° 22' E 010° 10'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
12.12. 07:31
Cargo Ship
12.12. 07:15
Cargo Ship
12.12. 06:26
Unclassified
12.12. 06:25
Tanker
12.12. 05:01
Cargo Ship
12.12. 04:19
Cargo Ship
12.12. 03:25
Cargo Ship
12.12. 03:23
Cargo Ship
12.12. 03:22
Cargo Ship
12.12. 01:46

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Passenger Ship
12.12. 10:00
Tanker
12.12. 18:00
Tanker
13.12. 04:00
Tanker
13.12. 07:00
Tanker
14.12. 07:00
Tanker
14.12. 08:30
Unclassified
14.12. 17:00
Cargo Ship
18.12. 13:00
Unclassified
01.01. 01:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
12.12. 07:12
Tanker
12.12. 05:56
Cargo Ship
12.12. 04:58
Cargo Ship
12.12. 04:24
Cargo Ship
12.12. 04:20
Cargo Ship
12.12. 04:17
Tanker
12.12. 02:54
Tanker
12.12. 02:44
Cargo Ship
12.12. 02:35
Cargo Ship
12.12. 01:28

Latest news

Kiel provides emission-free berthing for ships during port stay

Mon Oct 29 11:20:10 CET 2018 arnekiel

The construction of the first onshore power supply plant for commercial vessels in the port of Kiel has begun. Taking part in the official first-cut-of-the-spade-ceremony marking the start of the construction works at the Norwegenkai Terminal were the Economics Minister of the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein, Dr Bernd Buchholz, Kiel’s Lord Mayor Dr Ulf Kämpfer, Port Director Dr Dirk Claus und Color Line GmbH Managing Director Dirk Hundertmark along with Lars Nürnberger, head of Kiel’s Siemens AG branch office. As of spring 2019, it will be possible to supply big cruise ferries with all the electrical power they need during the time they are berthed in Kiel.

Record breaking cruise ship season closed by Aidabella

Mon Oct 29 08:46:30 CET 2018 Timsen

Kiel closed its latest cruise shipping season on Oct 28, 2018, with the visit of the “AIDAbella”. This year the port has been visited 166 times by 33 different cruise ships with a combined gross tonnage of more than 11 million. For the first time close to 600,000 cruise ship passengers, 16.4% more than last year, have passed through the port’s terminal facilities to end or embark on cruises. Dr Dirk Claus, Managing Director of the PORT OF KIEL (SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG) declared: “We have posted a good result and continue to invest in the expansion of our infrastructures for passenger and baggage handling as well as in the protection of the environment.” Already this season a new hall for baggage handling has been completed in the Ostuferhafen and work is now in full swing at the Ostseekai Terminal on the construction of a second passenger handling terminal. Kiel has set itself an ambitious time-table and will take the new nine million Euro terminal building into operation as early as 2019. Following that, construction will begin on the first DIN-certified, shore-based power supply facility for cruise ships. The investment, totalling more than 20 million Euros overall, will further increase the attractiveness of the Port of Kiel. “We will continue to grow”, said Dirk Claus.”Cruises in northern Europe are in much demand and always attract top passenger numbers.” The 2018 cruise shipping season in Kiel was marked by numerous highlights. One of them was the visit of TUI Cruises’ latest new building the “Mein Schiff 1”, which visited the fiord and ended her maiden voyage at the Ostseekai Terminal. The biggest ship to call was the 139,000 GT “MSC Preziosa”, which undertook 20 Baltic and Nordic cruises from Kiel. The Fiord’s most frequent visitors were the ships of AIDA Cruises, five of which were based in Kiel for the first time. Unique to date were this season’s nine maiden visits – seven of them by ships which were visiting Kiel as part of ongoing cruises. Dirk Claus said: “In addition to its function as a base port, Kiel is also being increasingly utilised as a stepping off point for day trips ashore. International cruise ship travellers have this year discovered Schleswig-Holstein as a holiday destination.” Among visitors to Kiel have been the shipping companies Cunard, Fred. Olsen, Holland America Line, Ponant, P&O and Saga, as well as new customers Pullmantur and Viking Ocean Cruises. From a port operations point of view, attention was focussed particularly on the twelve occasions when three, sometimes even more, ocean-going cruise ships were berthed in the port in additiion to the regular Baltic ferries. The high point of the season was on August 11th when five ocean-going ships - “AIDAaura”, “AIDAluna”, “Astor”, “Costa Pacifica” and the “MSC Preziosa” - all berthed. As far as the coming season is concerned, further growth in the size of ships is expected. AIDA Cruises’ 124,000 GT “AIDAprima” will be stationed in Kiel and can now be supplied with environmentally friendly LNG fuel during her berth time. An even bigger ship is the 171,600 GT “MSC Meraviglia” which has accommodation for up to 5,700 passengers and will set a new tonnage record for Kiel. “We are entering a new dimension as far as size is concerned”, said Dirk Claus “and we will expand our position as the leading turn-around port on the German Baltic coast”. Next year’s season will be inaugurated on March 31st by the “Viking Sky”. The most frequent callers will once again be the ships of AIDA, TUI Cruises, MSC and Costa – with the latter’s “Costa Pacifica” doubling the number of cruises from Kiel. New to Kiel among others will be the “Nieuw Statendam” of Holland America Line. The complete list of callers in 2019 will be published by the PORT OF KIEL at the turn of the year.

Port Of Kiel Marks The Last Of Nine Maiden Visits This Year

Sat Oct 06 11:55:49 CEST 2018 arnekiel

The cruise ship “Viking Sky” sailed into the Kiel Fiord on her maiden visit to Kiel early on Tuesday morning escorted by a water fountain display from a local tug. The ship’s arrival also marks the ninth and final occasion this season on which a cruise ship has visited the port for the first time. Nicole Claus, Cruise Shipping Director of the PORT OF KIEL said “The high number of maiden calls underscores the fact that Kiel, in addition to its function as a base port for cruise shipping, is also being utilised more and more as a jumping-off point for day trips ashore. International cruise ship travellers are increasingly discovering Schleswig-Holstein as a holiday destination in its own right.” This year Kiel has already been visited by the cruise shipping companies Cunard, Fred Olsen, HAL, Ponant, Pullmantur, P&O and Saga as part of ongoing cruises. Available to the more than 900 mainly English-speaking passengers of “Viking Sky” are trips ranging from city tours in Kiel itself and also in the Hanse city of Lübeck to panorama journeys through the scenic region known as Holstein Switzerland and excursions to the seaside spa resort of Laboe.

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