MyPort is the Amsterdam online port portal with all services at one central location.
Do you want to do business faster and smarter 24/7 in the Amsterdam port and North Sea Canal area? Then please use MyPort.
Benefits of MyPort
- Free portal of Port of Amsterdam.
- Your services at one central location.
- Log in once to use different services.
- Pre-filled forms via Portbase.
- Personalising your dashboard.
Your services on MyPort
Depending on your role (agent, terminal or nautical service provider) your MyPort account gives you access to the following services. No extra costs are involved in the use of MyPort.
|Role & Services||Lock Schedule||Applications||Pact pilot||Arrivals||Portle|
|Nautical service provider*|
*Pilotage, towing services, captain, shipping company and chain partners
MyPort in the picture
In Arrivals you will find indicative information about the ships in the port of Amsterdam that arrive, depart or move to another berth. Arrivals has several filter options and you can switch between list and map view.
Seagoing vessels are required to pay a waste levy for the collection and processing of ship-generated waste. Arriving seagoing vessels that fall under the Port Waste Plan (HAP) can be found in the HAP ship list.
Portle is your business guide for doing business in the Amsterdam port area. With a convenient layout and search function, you can quickly find relevant companies. Companies are listed with a description and their contact details.
With the Lock Schedule, you can see which ships are assigned to the Noorder or Zeesluis IJmuiden locks. You can also see the current supply of pilot services and harbour tugboats in the North Sea Canal area.
Statement inland harbour dues
When commercial inland shipping calls at the port waters of Amsterdam and Zaanstad, you are obliged to file your Statement of inland harbour dues (BHG). You can log in directly to MyPort to submit your BHG statement.
Applications can be used to submit all applications for permits and/or exemptions and notifications. Applications is linked to Portbase. Your forms are then already pre-filled with the data we know about your ships. For example, visit number, ship's name, berth and IMO number. You can see the status of your requests and notifications in the dashboard. This way, you can work easier and faster.
PACT stands for Port of Amsterdam Collaboration Tool. By sharing data, you can work smarter and increase the predictability of your services.