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The Reykjanes harbours

There are two harbours welcoming crouse vessels into the Reykjanes peninsula. They are located on the north of the peninsula, Keflavik Harbour, and on the south of the peninsula, Frindavik Harbour. The harbours are operating as fishing harbours during the winter season, and welcoming smaller vessels (up to 160m) during the spring and summer. 

Keflavik Harbour

Keflavik Harbor is located in the north-west of the Reykjanes peninsula in Reykjanesbær. It is close to most of the natural highlights of the Reykjanes peninsula, giving the guests the opportunity to experience nature with short travels between sites. Reykjanesbær is the largest town on the peninsula with around 23,000 inhabitants, vibrant culture and local food experiences. The harbour is also located close to the International Airport Keflavik with the opportunity for easy and convenient turnaround. 

Pilot: Yes
Tidal movement: 4,2 m

Length: 165 m
Draft: 6,5 - 13 m
Air draft: No restrictions
Beam: No restrictions

Available: Yes
Pontoons: No
Tugboats: Yes, up to 40 t pull upon request
Type of bottom: Clay
Minimum depth: 20 m
Distance from anchorage to tender pier: 1,5 NM

Bunkers: Yes
Supplies: Yes
Waste handling: Yes
Freshwater: Yes
Pilot channel: 12
Emergency channel: 16
Medical emergency:112
ISPS approved: Yes
Crew facilities: No

Harbor master: Halldór K Hermannsson
Address: Víkurbraut 11, 230 Reykjanesbær, Iceland
Mobile: +354 897 6300
Fax: +354 420 3229

For any further information see their website:

Grindavik Harbour

Grindavik Harbour is located on the south coast of the Reykjanes peninsula. It is taking it's first steps of becoming a cruise harbour and welcoming its first vessels in 2024 and 2025.