Horten VTS centre
Horten VTS centre is located in the port of Horten. It was established in 1999 and is responsible for monitoring and orginazing vessel traffic in the waters from Færder and into Oslo.
Brevik VTS centre
Brevik VTS centre is located at Brevik in Porsgrunn municipality. It covers the approaches into the extensive industrial area in Grenland, where gas tankers and other vessels with hazardous cargo account for much of the vessel traffic. The centre also monitors and organize the vessel traffic in the waters between Florø and Måløy. Established in 1978, this is the oldest VTS centre in Norway.
Kvitsøy VTS centre
Kvitsøy VTS centre was established in 2003 and is located in Kvitsøy municipality in Rogaland. It covers the area from Bømlafjord in the north to the shoal at Jæren in the south. Its main task is to monitor and organize vessel traffic relating to shipments from the gas terminal at Kårstø. The centre also monitors and organize the general coastal traffic from Bømlafjord to Jæren.
Fedje VTS centre
Fedje VTS centre is located in the island municipality of Fedje in North Hordaland. It was established in 1992 to primarily monitor and organize the traffic with oil tankers to and from the Sture and Mongstad terminals. Later the responsibility of the centre has expanded to include the monitoring and managing of the vessel traffic to and from Bergen. Fedje VTS centre covers the area from Sognesjøen in the north to the waters at Marstein in the south, and has a border to the Port of Bergen in the east and to Grimstadfjord at Haakonsvern Naval Base.
Vardø VTS centre
Vardø VTS centre, also known as NOR VTS, is located at Vardø in Troms and Finnmark, and was established in 2007. The centre monitors tankers and other risk vessels that follow the routing measures established outside the Norwegian coast. The centre is also responsible for monitoring and organizing the vessel traffic around the gas terminal on Melkøya, and also organizes the anchorage of vessels in the waters at Narvik.