Port of Pori

Port of Pori (Finnish: Porin satama) is a complex of three harbours. It is by the Gulf of Bothnia in Pori, Finland. The port authority of Pori was established in 1780. Today the Port of Pori is a corporation owned by the city.

Port of Pori
Mäntyluoto.JPG
Mäntyluoto harbour
Location
CountryFinland
Coordinates61°35′N 21°29′E / 61.583°N 21.483°E / 61.583; 21.483Coordinates: 61°35′N 21°29′E / 61.583°N 21.483°E / 61.583; 21.483
UN/LOCODEFIPOR[1][2]
Details
Available berths23[2]
Draft depth15.3m[2]
Statistics
Website
www.portofpori.fi

Port of Pori has liner service to several ports in Northern Europe, for example Hamburg, Ghent, St. Petersburg and Teesport.

MäntyluotoEdit

Mäntyluoto harbour has docks for container traffic and dry bulk. Crane capacity is up to 200 tonnes (200 long tons; 220 short tons). The 200-ton crane Masa is the strongest in Finnish ports. The maximum allowed draught in Mäntyluoto is 12.0 metres (39.4 ft).

TahkoluotoEdit

The Tahkoluoto bulk harbour has 15.3-metre (50 ft) draught which allows access for capesize vessels.[2] Oil and chemical harbour operates in a separate area.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "UNLOCODE (FI) - FINLAND". service.unece.org. Retrieved 19 February 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d "Port of Pori, Finland". www.findaport.com. Shipping Guides Ltd. Retrieved 19 February 2021.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Port of Pori at Wikimedia Commons