The canadian trawler Atlantic Enterprise arrived at the Port of Vágur today to collect the new trawldoors from Rock Trawldoors.
M/V Quest a returning guest at the Port of Vágur.
The new brochure about the Port of Vágur is now available on the website in pdf-format.
In May the polar cruiseship M/V Quest arrived in Vágur, where travellers enjoyed a good day in the beautiful town of Vágur as well as doing daytrips to the beautiful nature around Vágur.
The Port of Vágur is scheduled to be expanded during the next 18 months, creating the best possible circumstances for the offshore oil industry in the North Atlantic. The expansion will be in the new South Harbour.
The Horst B unloading containers at the port of Vágur.
The ferry Norrøna at the Port of Vágur.
The Port of Vágur is the nearest port to the areas, where there are conducted exploratory drilling for oil in the Faroese seabed, as well as to the oilfields at the Faroese / British (Shetland) border, for example regarding the…
In January and February 2014 the large passanger ferry M/S Norrøna will replace the M/S Smyril on the route from Suðuroy to the capitol Tórshavn, while a new engine will be installed in the M/S Smyril. The M/S Smyril normally…
At the SPE Offshore Europe 2013 in Aberdeen in September 2013 the Port of Vágur also visited the ASCO supply base in Peterhead, where Duncan Bell, Operations Manager, arranged an interesting tour of the ASCO base.