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Port of Moss

The Port of Moss is an efficient, environmentally certified and service-oriented main harbor. The harbor is located in the middle of the Oslo Fjord with a total length of 670 meters and is up to 11 meters deep.The ferry connection between Moss and Horten is the country's busiest national road connection at sea.

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About the port area

Moss harbor is an international port and must follow the ISPS code. ISPS stands for International Ship and Port Facility Security Code.

Everyone who has permanent or temporary access to the port area must sign that they have read and understood the content of this site. HSE and ISPS self-declaration form is available from your client at Moss harbor

For visitors

At the link below you can register online and you thus avoid entering the street for registration.
Click here to register

Visitors must always carry valid identification. (Passport, driver's license or bank card with photo.)

Boat Traffic

The Port of Moss has an important role in the product chain. Together with our partners in the harbor, we offer efficient loading and unloading of all types of goods across the harbor. The Port of Moss sometimes offers rental of office space. For visitors to Moss, there is also a central motorhome and guest harbor.

Ship traffic
Moss Havn

Caravan and guest harbor

Moss guest harbor has boat pitches on both sides through the entire canal in addition to its own floating dock at Tollbodbrygga which lies north / east of the canal bridge.

The guest harbor has its own ticket machine with card reader. Water, electricity and access to the service room (toilet, shower, washing machine and dryer) are included in our fees.





Boats < 30 feet

235 NOK

per day

Boats between 30 - 40 feet

255 NOK

per day

Boats between 40 - 70feet

350 NOK

per day

Price List

Call fee, quay and commodity fees
Crane tariffs
Fees and Services
Services and fees
About the port area