Grimstad (NOGTD)

Port Code NOGTD City Grimstad
Port Name Grimstad Country/Region Norway
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Grimstad (NOGTD)



      Norway's southern coastal port.When East 1 standard is adopted.The maximum draft is 7.92m, and the loading density of water is 1025.There is no change in tidal range and westerly wind prevails.Compulsory pilot, pilot from Arendal port.In general, no goods are available on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.The working hours are 07:00-16:00, and the breaks are 09:00-09:30 and 12:30-13:00.On Saturday, volunteer to work overtime and pay overtime.Ships can enter the port at any time without tide.Port service facilities include: ship repair, fueling, small boats, medical treatment, traction, fresh water, supplies and repatriation, no dry dock and sewage.The ische Wharf in the harbor is 155.45 meters long and the water depth at the front is 4.57-7.62 meters.Toshiholm jetty is 57.91m long and the water depth at the front is 5.49-6.71m.The length of grimsta breakwater is 6.82 meters, and the water depth in the front is 4.88-8.23 meters.Oden ro ro ship terminal is 167.6m long and the water depth at the front is 4.27m-6.10m.The anchorage in the port area is good, with clay and soft mud bottom, and the water depth is 3.04M.The port is located on the southwest coast of the south of Arendal, which can avoid the wind from all directions and open all year round.

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Summary of NOGTD

Grimstad port (port code: NOGTD) is a medium-sized port in Norway. It is located on the southeast coast of Norway, approximately 20 kilometers south of Arendal and 280 kilometers south of Oslo.
The port has 2 quays for commercial cargo handling, providing a total berth length of 150 meters. These quays can accommodate general cargo, bulk cargo and Ro-Ro vessels.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are fishing vessels, accounting for about 38%; and pleasure craft and SAR, each of both taking up around 11%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 150 meters. The maximum draught is 5.9 meters. The maximum deadweight is 5,916t.