Hanko (FIHKO)

Port Code FIHKO City Hanko
Port Name Hanko Country/Region Finland
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Hanko (FIHKO)



      Finnish port.The time zone is east 2.The maximum draft is 7.92m and the specific gravity of water is 1005.No tidal range.Southwest wind prevails.The port needs to be piloted.The pilot ship is 6 km southeast of the port area.The hull is red.Get outside of russaro and contact radio Moko.There are no restrictions on the length and width of ships in the port area.Correspondence: via Hanko or Helsinki radio.Working hours: 07:00-23:00.Application for port entry documents: ship registration certificate, seafarer's list, manifest, bill of lading and provisions list.There are ship repair, tugboat, fuel supply, fresh water, food supply and medical services.Consuls are: Denmark, Iceland, Italy, Norway and Sweden.In the whole year, 500000 tons of exports and 200000 tons of imports were exported. The berths in Hong Kong are: bulk cargo berths. The water depth of the inner harbor is 8.10 meters and the length is 70 meters.The water depth is 7.92m and the length is 150m.The water depth is 7.32 meters and the length is 150 meters.The water depth is 6.81m and the length is 250m.The water depth is 6.81 and the length is 250 meters.The water depth is 6.60 meters and the length is 300 meters.The water depth is 7.62 meters and the length is 170 meters.The ro / Ro berth is an inner harbor with a water depth of 6.71 meters, a length of 270 meters and a width of 22 meters.The ro / Ro berth is an inner harbor with a depth of 7.62 meters, a length of 170 meters and a width of 16 meters.Container berth with mobile crane for loading and unloading.

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Summary of FIHKO

Hanko port (port code: FIHKO) is the southernmost port of Finland. It is situated on the southwest coast, approximately 150 kilometers southwest of Helsinki.
The port remains open throughout the year with the assistance of State icebreakers. It has Freeport status, through Freeport of Finland Ltd. There are two harbours, an Inner Harbour and an Outer Harbour, both with dry cargo/Ro-Ro berths.
The port handles approximately 3,500,000t of cargo annually. The main exports from this port are plywood, paper, woodpulp, rayon fibre, butter, tar and cellulose. While the main imports to this port include new motor vehicles, cotton, coal, iron and gypsum.
This port is a summer tourist destination with a fast ferry link to Germany. About 1,600 vessels and 170,900 passengers visit this port annually. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 68.5%, and vehicles carriers, taking up around 13%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 218 meters. The maximum draught is 8.5 meters. The maximum deadweight is 18250t.