Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to Frequently Asked Questions about berths at the Port of Bodø:
Do you have any vacant berths?
No, there are currently no berths available. There is a high demand for berths and, if you are not already on the waiting list for a berth, you should allow for approx. 2 years waiting time before you will be allocated a berth. This applies to all berths, regardless of the width of the berth.
What position am I on the waiting list?
If you send us an enquiry by e-mail to email@example.com, we will respond within 1-2 working days about where you are on the waiting list.
Why have I moved down the waiting list?
Your position on the waiting list can change because, for instance, because a person who has been on the waiting list for four years switches from one waiting list (3 m berth) to another (4m berth). In such cases, the person can end up in front of you on the list if you have been on the waiting list for a shorter period than him/her.
Do you offer long-term rental during the summer?
Unfortunately, we do not offer long term rental during the summer. We currently only offer storage space during the winter season (1 September – 30 May). Beyond this, sub-let places are allocated on an ongoing basis. This is also based on a waiting list.
I want to rent storage space for my boat trailer. What should I do?
You can apply for rental of storage space for boat under boat trailer storage. When you have submitted the form and received confirmation by email, you can park your boat trailer by the stone wall beside the service building at Rønvik Harbour & Marina.
How do I get a parking sticker?
You need to active your parking sticker/annual pass in the “Easypark” app. As a user, it is your responsibility to notify us of your registration number by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is insufficient to simply register the registration number in the with us at email@example.com. It is not sufficient to only register a car number in the “Easypark” app. You MUST send it to us by e-mail too.
What will happen about my berth at Molorota?
The Port of Bodø expects there will be changes in the design of the inner harbour in the years to come that could affect the Molorota jetty. Work is currently underway on an area zoning plan for Molobyen, which extends from Molorota to the end of Breivika. The area zoning plan is expected to be completed in 2021. Until this plan is completed, it’s difficult to predict what will happen in the future. However, pending any changes in the city centre, berths are no longer being allocated at Molorota and it is no longer possible to go on the waiting list for this jetty.