St Petersburg

Russia 05.30 (Europe/Moscow)
St. Petersburg is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea. Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, it was the imperial capital for 2 centuries.
Map showing the location of St Petersburg

About The Port

The largest Russian Baltic port handles containers, vehicles, timber, coal, grain, general cargo and passengers. There are around 200 berths available in the port with a total length of 31 km. Navigation is possible year round via a 27 n.m. access channel, with icebreaker assistance required during the winter months.

At the eastern end of the Gulf of Finland in NE Russia, 640 km. NW of Moscow.

Provided by Shipping Guides Ltd

Port Services

ITF Inspectors

Sergey Fishov

Coordinator
Contact Details
+7 911 096 9383

Kirill Pavlov

Inspector
Contact Details
+7 911 929 04 26