Services & information
of the Amsterdam port
Arrange your visit to the port of Amsterdam quickly and easily.
Frequently visited: Webcam IJmuiden
Corona virus: work at the port will continue
Read which measures we take regarding the corona virus.
Arrivals: app for arrivals and departures
Find out which ships are in port, arriving or departing with the Arrivals app
Webcam at Amsterdam station
Live images of shipping traffic at Amsterdam central station.
Extension of berth duration IJhaven
Are you mooring with your ship in the IJhaven and would you like to extend your mooring time? If you meet the conditions, you can immediately receive a permit.
Dutch seaports win sustainability award
The Dutch seaports of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Terneuzen/Vlissingen, Moerdijk and Groningen have jointly won the 'World Ports Sustainability Award'.
Do you want to work at a European seaport that wants to grow sustainably? Then use your talent and ambition and apply for one of our positions.
The contours of Zeesluis IJmuiden are now clearly visible and this means that the final phase of construction has now begun. In the coming months, OpenIJ will continue with the construction of the Loswal (quay) on the Zuidersluiseiland (number 1 in the picture); the public road across the locks will open for pedestrians, cyclists and mopeds (number 2 in the picture).
The City of Amsterdam has recently approved Port of Amsterdam's new Strategic Plan 2021-2025. This plan sets out Port of Amsterdam's strategic choices for the next four years. The main objective: to be a leading European Sea port in the transition to a sustainable society.
Port of Amsterdam and tank storage company Evos aim to import large volumes of green hydrogen into the Amsterdam port. Together with three specialised hydrogen companies, will investigate the feasibility of large scale imports, drawing up a blueprint and outlining a roadmap towards 2030 and beyond. The five parties expect hydrogen to play a central role in the transition to a sustainable energy system. This transition is necessary if we are to meet the European target of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.
The Amsterdam port area is well positioned to play an important role in this transition.
The first hydrogen filling station in the port of Amsterdam opened today. The filling station of OrangeGas is located at the Australiëhavenweg, along the A5 motorway and is open 24/7.