Located between Iceland and Norway, north of Shetland, the Faroe Islands are situated in a maritime sweet spot. Also, the Faroe Islands are closer to the traffic of the Northeast Passage than most harbours in the region.
The Maersk Lancer has now also arrived at the Port of Vágur. Together with Maersk Launcher, the Maersk Lancer will stay at the Port of Vágur until mid April, when the ships will head to Canada to be part of…
The Maersk Launcher arrived at the port of Vágur this morning.
The Salmon Farming Service ship, Martin á Bakka at the Port of Vágur.
The Thun Gothia entering the Port of Vágur with fuel for the SEV power plant in Vágur.
In July 2016 the annual Nordic Coastal Cultural Festival was held in Vágur, together with the annual Faroese regatta.
The trawler Brestir delivering frozen cod at the Port of Vágur.
Most parts of the quayside was use on the 10th of November 2015, when a seismic ship, a supply ship, two trawlers, a bulk carrier (sand), and a salmon feed carrier, where at quayside.
The impressive seismic ship Polar Empress has been at the Port of Vágur since 20th of October 2015. And the norwegian captain, Asmund Fredheim, is pleased to be at a safe sheltered port.
On 20th of October the seismic ship Polar Empress and the research / seismic support vessel Sanco Sky arrived at the Port of Vágur.