Reykjavik is the principal port of Iceland, specializing in all kinds of cargo and maritime support services to customers.
Akranes is a popular commercial hub and fishing centre at the western end of a grassland belt.
Lying on the northern shores of Ford Hvalfjordur Bay, it serves an aluminium smelting factory and a ferrosilicon plant.
Spanning 2kms, Eskifjordur has calm waters and forms the longest fjord in the eastern part of Iceland.
It serves as a harbour for fishing vessels and also provides ferry services to Vestmannaeyjahofn.
The well-sheltered port has two quays which accommodate fishing vessels, cruise ships and cargo vessels.
The port has well-equipped facilities for loading and unloading bulk, general cargo, containers.
Dalvik is one of the most important commercial and fishing harbours in Iceland.
This harbour consists of a small trading station which serves the nearby village.
It handles dry and liquid bulk, containers, fish and fish products, breakbulk, tankers and passengers.