Kirkenes - Where Lapland meets the Arctic Ocean
Kirkenes is a small town in the eastern part of northern Norway, which offers beautiful and scenic nature. Our small town offers activities for people of all ages and interesting local history. In Kirkenes you can learn about the samic heritage and the history behind the foundation of Kirkenes in 1826.
Cruise ships can berth Kirkenes directly to the center of the town, with a short distance to the local attractions and shopping malls. Kirkenes is renowned for being the capital of King Crab fishing in Norway, the Bordermuseum and our many festivals in the summer and winter.
In the Far North of Finnish Lapland lies the arctic travel destination of Lapland North. Welcome to enjoy the opportunities for year-round travel offered by Finland’s two largest national parks, vibrant local culture, and numerous outdoor activities amid the majestic fells.
Lapland North is a unique, family-friendly destination with pristine, unspoiled Arctic wilderness and high-quality services.
Dypvannskaia cruise pier
Latitude. N 69.43,7 Longitude. E 030.04,8
- Length 94 meters
- Width 11 meters
- Depth 13,8 meters
- Load 7 tons pr. M2
- Point load 100 tons pr. M2
- Max. ship length 320 meters
- Max. ship draft 12 meters
- Max. air draft unlimited