Port of Roenne has a comprehensive and modern infrastructure
Attracted by its advanced and modern infrastructure, more than 3,000 ships call at the Port of Roenne every year, carrying more than 1.4 million tonnes of cargo.
The Port of Roenne's infrastructure includes bulwarks, quays, basins and adjoining land areas. In addition, the Port of Roenne provides cranes, warehousing and other high-quality facilities and services to ships, ferries, stevedores, tenants and others calling or domiciled at the Port.
Large and small ships calling at the Port of Roenne have access to use our mooring services.
One of our boatmen is ready to assist ships of less than 100 metres in length making "normal" calls, with the exception of tanker ships, which are handled by a minimum of two boatmen.
Mooring services may be ordered by contacting
The Port of Roenne offers towage services and will assist ships upon arrival from road to port and upon departure from port to roads. Pilotage is compulsory for ships towed at the Port and in the roads. Ships whose captain has called upon the Port of Roenne several time may be exempt from the compulsory pilotage requirement subject to separate agreement.
Towage is offered by the Port of Roenne subject to the charges set out in the Terms of Business of the Port of Roenne.
FRESH WATER SUPPLY
A number of freshwater stands are located in the port area. A "usage card" for the freshwater stands can be bought at the Harbour Master's Office.
Large amounts of freshwater may be tapped from hydrants located along the quays of the Port. Large freshwater supplies may be ordered by contacting
Electricity is available at a number of stands in the port area. A "usage card" (in Danish: "forbrugskort") for the freshwater stands can be bought at the Harbour Master's Office.
In port areas without electricity stands, electricity may be ordered by contacting
The Port of Roenne has arranged for the handling of waste from ships berthing under applicable law. The Port of Roenne receives operational waste, cargo residue and sewage water as well as petroliferous waste mixtures. As a rule, waste must be delivered within the Port's normal working hours.