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In Gedser we operate our own terminal and supply primarily the self-service facility located by the quay in “Fiskerihavnen”.  The total length of the quay at Gedser Fishery Harbor is 187 meters, divided into a berth for smaller fishing vessels of approximately 62 meters and a mooring berth of about 12 meters. The current water depth is 4.0 meters.

There is the possibility of unloading directly on the quay, where we can offer a shorter storage time. There is also the option of longer-term storage on the paved area. The Danish Maritime Authority has a rescue station with a rescue boat located in Gedser.

Port information:


Maximum depth of 4 metres and maximum ship length of approximately 40 metres.

  • Self-service facility
  • Delivery with truck

Self-service for your convenience

The self-service facility in Gedser is located by the quay in "Fiskerihavnen" - see map.

Port of Gedser


Situated on the southern tip of Falster, the Port of Gedser stands as Denmark's southernmost harbor, strategically positioned along the bustling T-route.


Renowned primarily as a ferry port, it serves as a vital link between Gedser and Rostock. Nevertheless, the port also accommodates smaller bulk vessels, supply ships, and crew vessels, among others.


Given its proximity to the T-route, the Port of Gedser emerges as an optimal hub for crew changes and supply deliveries, offering convenience and efficiency to maritime operations.

Visit Gedser Port

Our experts are always ready to assist you

Reach out to our sales department for any questions or inquiries.

Self-service with your own fuel card

With a personal fuel card, you have easy access to marine gas oil, around the clock and at competitive prices. The service is available in Strandby, Skagen, Hvide Sande, Hirtshals, Hanstholm, Thyborøn, Esbjerg and Gedser.