Maloy (Vagsoy Island Norway)

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Maloy cruise port

Region
Baltic - Norwegian Fjords - Russia

Local Time
2024-03-02 03:36

min: 35 °F (1 °C) / max: 43 °F (6 °C) 40°F
4.5°C
Wind: 195°/ 4.2 m/s  Gust: 5.5 m/sWind: 195°/ 4.2 m/s  Gust: 5.5 m/sGentle breeze
4.2 m/s
Min / Max Temperature43 °F / 6 °C
35 °F / 2 °C
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Port Maloy cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Maloy, Vagsoy Island Norway. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

DayShipArrivalDeparture
6 March, 2024
Wednesday
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Kong Harald
7 March, 2024
Thursday
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Kong Harald
11 March, 2024
Monday
Small Cruise Lines Cruises cruise lineCFC Renaissance07:0016:00
17 March, 2024
Sunday
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Kong Harald
18 March, 2024
Monday
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Kong Harald
28 March, 2024
Thursday
Hurtigruten Cruises cruise lineMS Kong Harald

Maloy is a port town and administrative center of the Vagsoy municipality (Norway's Sogn og Fjordane county) with population around 3,200. Maloy is situated on the southeastern side of Vagsoy island, around 3 km (2 mi) northeast of Holvika village and 6 km (4 mi) south of the village Raudeberg. Maloy Bridge connects the city to the village Degnepoll (mainland Norway).

The town is one of the major fishing ports in the region. In 1997, it was granted town status by the municipality.

Maloy cruise terminal

Maloy is one of the ferry ports along the "Express Route" - Norway's Government subsidized "Norwegian Coastal Express". This is a regularly scheduled passenger and cargo shipping service in Norway. The "ferry and cruise" itinerary is between two turnaround ports - Bergen (southmost) and Kirkenes (northmost). It connects a total of 34 ports, which are Norwegian communities without any road or air access.

Since January 2021, Norway's coastal ferry service is operated by two companies - Hurtigruten (7 ships) and Havila Shipping (4 ships). The Norwegian Government's annual subsidy for the ferry service is around USD 100 million.

The list of all ports along the northbound "Norwegian Coastal Express" itinerary includes Bergen (turnaround port), Alesund, Floro, Geiranger (Stranda), Maloy (Vagsoy), Molde, Torvik (Heroy, Leinoya Island), Kristiansund, Rorvik (Vikna), Trondheim, Bodo, Bronnoysund (Bronnoy), Nesna, Ornes (Meloy), Sandnessjoen (Alstahaug), Stamsund (Vestvagoy Island), Svolvaer (Vagan, Austvagoya Island), Trollfjorden (Hadsel), Finnsnes (Lenvik), Harstad (Hinnoya Island), Risoyhamn (Andoy Island), Skjervoy, Sortland (Langoya Island), Stokmarknes (Hadseloya Island), Tromso, Berlevag, Hammerfest, Honningsvag (Mageroya Island, Nordkapp / North Cape), Kjollefjord (Lebesby), Mehamn (Gamvik), Oksfjord (Loppa), Batsfjord, Vardo (Vardoya Island), Kirkenes (turnaround port).

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