Harstad (NOHRD)

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

Introduction of Harstad (NOHRD)



      A port on the northwest coast of Norway.In winter, the East 1 standard is adopted;In summer, the east 2 standard time is adopted.The maximum draft is 9.45m, and the load density of water is 1025.The average tidal range between high and low tides is 1.40 m, and that between spring tides is 2.04 M.Southwest wind prevails.No special port diversion is required.Communication radio - 1736 kHz, 3456 kHz, VHF channels 25, 19 and 1.Working hours: 07:00-16:00.All port areas, except Deep Bay, are not affected by ice in winter.Larger vessels can be moored at Kansas Burton or at SAMA Bay, a small windbreak with bollards.Port service facilities are: ship repair, fueling, dry dock, boats, medical, traction, sewage, fresh water, supplies, repatriation.There are consuls from Denmark, Finland and Germany in the port area.The port has 680 meters of state-owned wharf and 1200 meters of private wharf, 5000 square meters of warehouse and 15000 square meters of open storage yard.The front draft of the wharf is between 4.57m and 10.05m: the front draft of the two coal terminals is 7.62m;There are three oil terminals with front draft of 6.40-10.05m.9000 DWT dock, slipway length 60.96 M.The repair facilities are complete.The annual throughput of the port is about 600000 tons.

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Summary of NOHRD

Harstad port (port code: NOHRD) is a medium-sized port in Norway. It is located on the eastern side of Hinno Island, within the Arctic Circle, 297 kilometers southwest of Tromso.
The main industries of the port are fish and fish products, timber, engineering for offshore oil industry. Approximately 609,000t of cargo are handled annually by this port. The main exports from this port are fish and fish products. The main imports to this port include coal, oil, salt, manufactured goods.
This port handles approximately 4,500 vessels each year. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 32%; and fishing vessels, taking up around 27%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 181 meters. The maximum draught is 9 meters. The maximum deadweight is 18,736t.