Towering above the entrance to the harbour of Klaksvík is the pyramid mountain on the impressive island of Kunoy, and around the well-sheltered bay and harbour, the dwellings are beautifully spread on the hillsides.
The Port of Runavík is situated in the southern part of Eysturoy, the second largest of the Faroe Islands with an area of 268 km2 and a population of approx. 11.000 individuals.
The Port of Tórshavn is the largest and busiest of the many harbours scattered around the faroe Islands. as a thriving port with a truly international outlook, Tórshavn offers an unrivalled concentration of quality maritime services and expertise.
Situated in the midst of the North Atlantic, on the southermost of the Faroe Islands, the Port of Vágur is the nearest port at service to oil-fields west of Shetland as well as to the international fishing fleet active south of the Faroe Islands.