Located at the quayside is the impressive 6,000 square metre Volvo Museum. There is also a cafeteria and a shop that sells souvenirs, postcards and other items. It takes around 20 minutes by taxi or bus into the city centre.
|Max loa (m)||300|
|Depth at pier (m)||9,5|
|Max draft on meanwater (m)||9|
|Max airdraft (m)||No limit|
|Quay heigth (m)||3,5|
|Solid waste disposal||Yes|
|Toxic waste disposal||Yes|
|Bilge and Sludge disposal facilities||Yes|
|Grey and black water handling||Yes|
|Approved Port Facility Security Plan||Yes|
|IMO Port Facility Number||SEGOT- 0090, SEGOT- 0136|
|Tug boat||More information
regarding use of tugs
|Estimated time from pilotstation to dock||1,5 hours|
|Gangways||Ships gangways and acess
to the Ports gangways
|Terminal building for passengers||Yes|
|Free wifi at quay||Yes|
|Restrooms at quay also for handicapped||Yes|
|Taxi stand and general price guidance||Yes|
|Tourist information at quay||Yes|
|Shopping possibilities in port area||Yes (Souvenirs cash and
|Distance to city centre||12 km|
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