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Quayside Information

As Scotland’s largest berthage port, Port of Aberdeen boasts over 7,000 metres of premium quayside for vessels up to 300m in length, enabling seamless servicing of diverse industry sectors.

Port Facilities

  • Connectivity

    Strategic multimodal hub with excellent marine, road, rail, and air connectivity.

    Waterloo Multimodal Terminal offers customers direct access from the quayside to national rail links.

  • Cranes

    A rail mounted electric portal crane is located at Atlantic and Pacific Wharves, with a capacity of up to 8 tonnes (grab) at 25 metres, and up to 20 tonnes (hook) at 12 metres. 

    Grabs of various types can be provided. Cranes up to 1,000 tonne capacity are available from local crane hire companies.

  • Laydown Areas

    692,000m² of laydown space.

  • Quayside Lengths

    Albert Basin
    River Dee
    South Harbour
    Telford Dock
    Tidal Harbour
    Victoria Dock
  • Ro-Ro Berths

    Commercial Quay
    Eurolink Berth
    Jamieson Quay Terminal
    Northern Isles Ferry
    Matthews Quay Terminal
    Common User
  • Services

    Fuel and water available. Shore power available from Q1 2025.

  • Ultra Heavy Lift Areas

    Lifting capacity up to 140 tonnes / m².

  • Warehousing

    50,000m² of warehousing ranging from 700m² to 2,500m².


    Regent Quay
    Nos.1 & 2: 2,040m²
    Blaikies Quay
    Nos.4 & 6: 2,500m²
    Pacific Wharf
    No.5: 2,000 - 2,200m²
    Clipper Quay
    Nos.8 & 9: 4,700m²

Contact Our Port Specialists

To discuss our port facilities in more detail, please contact our Operations Department.