Kildn aims to become the world’s first zero-emission port for international, national and local passenger ferries, as well as being a home port for cruise ships, fjord tourism and a regional fast ferry network.

It will be a hub for green experience cruises in the fjord.

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Kildn will consist of a main semi-circular building with a roof that slopes down from north to south, a north and south terminal, as well as a ferry terminal occupying the southern end of the quay. The architectural design of the buildings is more important to Kildn than to most other ports.

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Kildn aims to become the world’s first zero-emission port for international, national and local passenger ferries, as well as being a home port for cruise ships, fjord tourism and a regional fast ferry network.