The Port of Runavík is the biggest and most developed port in Skálafjørur, the longest fjord in the Faroe Islands. The Port is well known as being particularly safe and well protected from the large Atlantic waves. The Port of Runavík is also known as King’s Harbour. The name King’s Harbour is very old. History tells us that the vikings used this harbour because it was the safest harbour in the Faroe Islands. The Port of Runavík is in the southern part of Eysturoy, the second largest of the Faroe Islands with an area of 268 km2 and a population of about 11.000. Eysturoy is a transport hub and is connected with subtunnels to both Streymoy and Noruroyggjar. Nature lovers will be truly fascinated by Eysturoy, not only by its impressive countryside, but also by its friendly, hospitable people.

Cruise ship arrivals
Cruise ship arrivals in Runavík have been steadily increasing since 2005. The Port of Runavík is now experienced in welcoming these ships. The outlook concerning further increasement in the cruise traffic is good.
The Port of Runavík has all modern facilities and is open 24 hours and all service is available around the clock.

Location: 62°06’8 N / 006°43’0 W
Berth name: North Quay
Dimensions: Length 101,75m, depth 12m
Pilot: Not compulsory but recommended.
ISPS: Yes

Port of Runavík
Fiskuvinnuhavnin 3
FO-600 Saltangará
Faroe Islands

Tel +298447015
Fax +298448920
port@runavik.fo
www.runavik.fo