Ships: Current movements from Hamburg out into the German Bight
Data for ships between the German Bight and the Port of Hamburg are updated on the port map every five minutes. The different colours mark various types of ship, e.g. containerships, cruise ships or tankers, which can be filtered by ticks in the key on the left. The run between the Elbe estuary and Hamburg generally lasts for between six and eight hours.
Traffic: Realtime traffic situation in the Port of Hamburg
The port map provides information on construction sites in the Port of Hamburg as well as the city. This data is updated weekly. For an overview of the current state of traffic, please use the traffic webcams. You will find additional data on the state of the traffic on the links listed below.
Ship berths and the terminal areas plus additional data
Whether container, multi-purpose, bulk cargo or passenger terminals – all cargo handling areas have been sorted and colour-coded here. A click on the terminal area concerned will produce details of the facility for you. Berths along the quay walls are also displayed.
Depots and storage companies in the port area
You will find an overview of all empty container depots in the port plus storage areas for goods of virtually all types on the port map. Click on the symbols to obtain detailed data.
Main sightseeing attractions and other highlights for tourists
We have compiled a selection of maritime attractions for you. These include traditional ships and maritime museums. For details, click on the relevant symbol. The viewing points indicate the best spots for taking photos.
The biggest vessels in the Port of Hamburg
Expected vessels at the Port of Hamburg
- E.R. Tianping
- Mikhail Lomonosov
- Cap Ricarda
- Katharina Schepers
- OPDR Tanger