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Cruise Port Oslo

Cruise Port Oslo

Viking Venus

Photo: Didrik Stenersen / Visit Oslo

Oslo is Norway's sixth largest cruise port by passenger volume.

Four terminals

Today, cruise traffic flows through four separete terminals: Filipstad, Søndre Akershuskai, Vippetangkaia and Revierkaia.

From 1 June 2023, Revierkaia will be Oslo's main cruise quay. The Port of Oslo is in the process of establishing shore power on the quay.

Søndre Akershuskai and Vippetangen will no longer receive cruise ships after 1 June, except for 8-9 calls that have been difficult to move.

Filipstad is used for cruises until future urban development. The Port of Oslo is working to make cruises more sustainable and is considering the possibilities for shore power here as well.

Map: From 1. June 2023 Revierkaia will be Oslos main cruise quay.

Cruise routes to western Norway and the Baltic States

Cruise ships visiting Oslo also travel to other destinations, including regular routes to northern European ports such as Saint Petersburg and Tallinn in the Baltic Sea. Another popular route takes passengers along Norway’s coast, and the many spectacular fjords.

Access to cruise ship quays

Quays in central Oslo are usually open to the public except when cruise ships are in dock. In order to comply with ISPS security regulations access to quays is restricted when cruise ships are in port.  

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