Katajanokka Harbour is Helsinki’s second oldest city harbour and was founded in 1878, when South Harbour was expanded into Katajanokka. Passenger terminal operations started in the old harbour warehouse in 1976.
Ongoing and future projects
Main transformer substation
- Port of Helsinki built a new main transformer substation to serve the whole Katajanokka harbour area.
- Completed in 8/2021
Interior renovation of the 1st floor of Katajanokka Terminal
- Interior renovations will be carried out on the 1st floor of Katajanokka Terminal to improve the comfort and ease of travel and the facilities reserved for service providers, among other things.
- Completed in May 2021
Renovation of the 2nd and 3rd floors of Katajanokka Terminal
- The overall look of the passenger facilities on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Katajanokka Terminal was completely updated, the waiting areas were renovated and the signage was developed. The needs of families with children and people with reduced mobility were taken into account better in the toilet facilities. The furniture in the waiting areas was renewed and phone charging points were added. The check-in gates were also replaced and the number of gates was increased. Additionally, the kitchen of the restaurant on the 3rd floor was completely renewed and the dining room surfaces were renewed.
- Completed in September 2020