Owner of some of the main harbors in and around Reykjavk
A milestone in the maritime life of Iceland was reached in 2004 when the Port of Reykjav í k merged with three other harbours – Akranes, Borgarnes and Grundartangi – to form Associated Icelandic Ports (AIP). Using this expanded harbour network, AIP is well placed to
Reykjav í k is Iceland’s principal seaport, with facilities for handling all types of cargo and a comprehensive range of maritime support services. In addition, Reykjav í k is Iceland’s number one cruise port. Cargo handling is focused on the Sundahöfn harbour complex, east of the
Two major shipyards operate within the AIP ports network, providing marine services for shipowners – particularly in the fishing sector – as well as non-marine work for land-based customers. They are St à lsmi ð jan, based in Reykjav í k, and Þ orgeir & Ellert, in Akranes.