Trondheim


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Trondheim
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Trondheim

Trondheim was founded by Viking King Olav Trygvason in AD 997 and occupies a special place in Norwegian history and culture. It was the nation’s first capital and is today the third largest city in Norway with around 185 000 inhabitants.

Trondheim is surrounded by lovely forested hills, and the Nidelven River winds through the city. The charming old streets at Bakklandet bring you back to architectural traditions and the atmosphere of days gone by. It has been, and still is, a popular pilgrimage site, due to the famous Nidaros Cathedral which is incorporated in the official European Cultural Routes on the same terms as Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Trondheim is also an ecclesiastical centre, a regional capital, a centre for commerce and administration – and, last but not least, a city of education and research.

Choose between a rich variety of historical sights, museums and art galleries - and look forward to an unforgettable experience.



Port attractions



  1.  Nidaros Cathedral

    The Nidaros Cathedral is the most northerly gothic cathedral in the world. Building began in 1070 over the grave of St. Olav, but the oldest parts are from the middle of the 12th century.
  2.  Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum

    The museum is the 3rd largest cultural history museum in Norway, and has an impressive collection of more than 80 historical buildings, artifacts and photos. It contains a stave church from 1170 A.D.
  3.  Ringve - National Museum of Music

    Norway's national museum of music and musical instruments with collections from all over the world. Situated at Ringve Gård, one of the distinguished mansions just outside the city centre.
  4.  Stiftsgården, the Royal Residence

    The largest wooden building in Scandinavia, built as a private residence when the city flourished at the end of the 18th century. The King and Queen usually stay here when they visit Trondheim.
  5.  Thamshavn Heritage Railway and Løkken Mines

    The Thamshavn Line was Norway's first electric railway, running from 1908 to 1974. The railway leads from Orkanger to a copper mine at Løkken which was operational from 1654 until 1987.
  6.  Rockheim

    Trondheims new national museum of Norwegian pop and rock history. Here you can take an active part at the museum when you pass through the decades from the 1950's up until today.



Port views



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Marnie Vikan Firing
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Ringve Museum
Sverresborg Folkemuseum
Rockheim
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Port facts



Nautical information

Max. Length For Berth, M:
360
Max. Draught, M:
13
More Info Draught:
-
Max. Air Draught, M:
no limitations
More Info Air Draught:
no restrictions
No. Of Quays:
2
Quay Length Total, M:
96
Quay Depth, M:
4
Anchorage Available:
yes
Anchorage Compulsory:
no
Passenger Terminal:
no
Pilotage Compulsary:
yes
Tugs Available:
yes
Bunkering:
yes
Tidal Movement/range, M:
2,5
Water:
yes
Ships Tenders Allowed:
yes
Garbage Disposal:
yes
Airport Distance, Km:
30
City Centre Distance, Km:
0.8

Sustainability

Are ships allowed burn HFO using:
✔ Closed loop
✔ Hybrid loop
✔ Compliant IMO Fuel
Open loop is as per EU regulation not forbidden, but the National Maritime Authority in Norway has concluded that releasing the wash water when in port may have a bigger impact locally, than releasing it in open waters. Therefore we advise against using open loop when in port.
On-shore power supply to cruise vessels:
Other
Providing shore power to cruise ships is planned to be implemented by 2025 at the main cruise quay.

Quay 2 at Pir I can deliver 2.5MW, 50Hz, 660/690V with a Cavotec plug. The quay is only available for expedition-sized vessels.
LNG bunkering supply to cruise vessels:
✔ By vessel / barge
Supplying alternative fuels:
Yes
Reception Facilities for Contaminated Ballast Water:
Yes
Reception Facilities for Waste Oils:
Yes
Passengers
Calls
Passengers by Source in 2023
Calls 2023


Onshore Power

Onshore Power
OPS (Onshore Power System)
Yes
Shore power within the next 5 years
Yes
Requirements
Defined Compatibility Assessment process for each berth and ship combination to IEC/IEEE 80005-1
Yes
Information/documentation from the ship for the port before the first connection
Yes
Additional requirements for first-time connectio/max. duration between connections before process reapplies
No
Connection Time
Connection time from all fast to full operational SSE (Shore Side Electricity)
30-60 minutes
Disconnection time
30-60 minutes
Uninterrupted power supply guaranteed by shore power provider whilst connected
Yes
Restrictions / Penalties / Insurance
Weather conditions/restrictions/other limitations for safe use of SSE
Yes
Penalties in case of failure to connect by the ship: weather/itinerary changes/technical issues
No
Insurance covering any potential damage caused by the SSE
No
Port Fees
Utility standard/usage fees in addition to kWh rate
Tax/duty fees applicable
No
Other fees related to shore power
Useful Information
Discounts/incentives linked to shore power usage
Yes
Berthing policy linked to shore power usage
Yes
Confirmation time of the vessel for planned shore power usage before ETA
24 hrs

Port contacts


Contact


Maria Kühnl Undheim, Marketing Manager Cruise
PB 1234 Torgard
7462 Trondheim
Norway
+47 467 63 930






 



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Page last updated: 2023-09-01 09:08


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