Port of Visby
Visby is the capital of Gotland, Sweden’s beautiful ’holiday island’, famous for its soft sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, distinctive grey-fleeced sheep and wild orchids (more than 35 varieties of them, at the last count).
Port of Visby, Sweden business opportunities, photos and videos, contact information.
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Welcome to the Visby cruise port guide. Visby is the port of call on the island of Gotland, which is the largest island in the Baltic Sea. It lies approximately 60 miles off the coast of Sweden. The town of Visby counts roughly 24.000 inhabitants and is well known for its historical value as a Hanseatic member in medieval times.
The Port of VISBY is also known as (GOTLAND). The VISBY Port information gathered by MarineTraffic includes, wind forecasts and real-time updates for vessels in the Port of VISBY. Information about Port of VISBY SEVBY departures and expected arrivals.
Information about Port of Visby (Sweden): port location, harbor characteristics, water depth, port services, restrictions etc.
In this port larger ships will use their tenders to transport you to the center of Visby. Seas can be rough in this area and the captain may decide to skip this port if the tender operations or docking becomes too dangerous.
The Port of Visby is situated in Sweden and is one of 5,000 ports listed on Port-Directry.com. Compare the port of Visby with other ports in Sweden by facilities available.
The Port of Visby is a very small port in Sweden. See below for a live map of ship positions in Visby, schedules for vessels arriving (port calls), the list of ships currently in port, a company register and a local weather forecast.
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