On this page you can find practical information pertaining to the International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water, Ship-to-ship Interaction, 18-20 May 2011 in Trondheim, Norway, arranged by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Flanders Hydraulics Research and Ghent University – Maritime Technology Division in association with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and MARINTEK.

The official homepage for the conference can be found here:

Registration fees


RINA members

RINA memers

Authors Students**
Early Registration * NOK 3900
(ca. € 475)
NOK 3300
(ca. € 400)
NOK 3300
(ca. € 400)
NOK 1600
(ca. € 200)
Late registration NOK 4700
(ca. € 575)
NOK 3700
(ca. € 450)
NOK 3300 
(ca. € 400)
NOK 1600
(ca. € 200)

(*) Early registration ends 1st of April 2011
(**) Student fees do not include conference dinner

The Conference is now open for registration.

LUNCH / Conference dinner

Please indicate on registration if you need a special diet.


Please register for the conference here


Suggested hotels

We have reserved a limited block of hotelrooms at a special rate in the following hotels on a first come first served basis,  provided you order before 2011-04-15.  Upon booking, please refer to the STS-2011 conference and the quoted price.

Hotel SR 16/5 17/5 18/5 19/5
Rica Nidelven NOK 1015 x x x
Thon Trondheim NOK  795  x x
Thon Trondheim NOK  1060 x x

Rica Nidelven Hotel  (Also site of the Conference dinner)
Thon Hotel Trondheim

Prices include full buffet breakfast and service charges. 


Map over Trondheim, showing The Marine Technology Centre - and the suggested hotels and venues
Location of the suggested hotels in Trondheim
Interactive map of Trondheim


Program for accompanying persons

 The official pages for Trondheim provide several good suggestions on places to visit and things to do during the visit  in Trondheim.

If there is interest, we will organize visits to one or two of these places  - of which we especially would like to recommend Sverresborg Museum - always popular if this is a  first visit to Norway.


Published June 29, 2010