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Cruise News

from Port of Kristiansund and Smøla 

Let's meet in Miami

10 april 2022

Later this month, Port of Kristiansund and Visit Northwest will be attending Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami. Let us know if you will be there as well!

Follow-up meeting on sustainable cruising

10 februar 2022

Last October we invited cruise lines representatives to a digital roundtable meeting to explore new opportunities to help create a cruise tourism with a small footprint. Join us in a follow-up meeting February 16th from 16:30 to 17:30 CET.

Contact information

PORT OF KRISTIANSUND
Svein Skomsøy

Berth reservations, maritime questions
E-mail: havnevakt@knhavn.no

PORT OF KRISTIANSUND
Erika Indergaard
Cruise and marketing
E-mail: ei@knhavn.no

External resources

Kristiansund – Gateway to the Atlantic Road

Welcome to Kristiansund, a small but experienced cruise port close to the majestic Atlantic Ocean Road 

Kristiansund is a small and intimate town offering urban facilities and qualities. The colourful town is spread on four islands floating in the ocean with a charming harbour in the middle. The iconic harbour boat has been in operation for almost 150 years.

Cruise ships berth directly in the town centre with attractions, activities and shopping a few steps away. Kristiansund is renowned for clipfish (bacalao) and opera, with the Norwegian Clipfish Museum and an annual opera festival in our own opera house in town.

QUAY FACILITIES

Two cruise quays in Kristiansund town centre

Storkaia cruise pier

Length 300 m 
Depth 10 m
Height quayside Low 3,55/High 2,30 m

Ship measurements:
Max. ship length 300 m
Max. ship draft 9,5 m              
Max. air draft No limit

Devoldholmen cruise pier

Length 205 m 
Depth 10 m
Height quayside Low 3,55/High 2,30 m

Ship measurements:
Max. ship length 220 m
Max. ship draft 9,5 m             
Max. air draft No limit

SHORE EXCURSIONS

Wide variety in nature, attractions and activities

Smøla island – Hidden gem of the Atlantic Ocean

Welcome to Norway’s undiscovered pearls!  

Are you looking for new and exciting cruise destinations for small ships and expedition cruises? The islands of Smøla and Hitra, between Kristiansund and Trondheim, are waiting to be discovered by the cruise lines.

Smøla island, with its prairie-liked landscape, surrounded by an archipelago of thousands of small islands, islets and skerries and the thundering Atlantic Ocean waves, is home to the mighty sea eagle, hundreds of bird species, wild animals, a spectacular light, and friendly people with unique food traditions. Hitra island is recognized for its first-class local produce, with deer, salmon, crab and cheese among the culinary highlights.

TENDER FACILITIES

A well sheltered harbour located close to the tender location

Dyrnesvågen tender port

Ship measurements:
Max. ship length 195 m
Max. ship draft 8 m              
Max. air draft No limit

SHORE EXCURSIONS

Sea eagles, islands and islets, culture and coastal heritage idyll

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