Frederikshavn ferry port in Denmark is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Gothenburg & Oslo available. With a selection of up to 35 Sailings Weekly, the port of Frederikshavn connects Denmark with Sweden & Norway.
Sailing durations range from 3 hours 15 minutes on the Gothenburg service to 9 hours 15 minutes on the Oslo service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Frederikshavn fare search.
Frederikshavn is a town on the northeast coast of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. Frederikshavn was originally called Fladstrand (Flat beach), until 1818 when it received status as a merchant town under the name of Frederikshavn, after King Frederik VI. Due to its advantageous proximity to the entrance to the Baltic Sea, Frederikshavn has historically been a naval base of some strategic importance. It is an important traffic portal with its ferry connections to Sweden and Norway. The town is also well known for fishing, and its fishing and industrial harbours. The Danish term "frederikshavner" (Someone from Frederikshavn) is used to denote a quality plaice fish, probably the most popular eating fish in Denmark. The city's largest workplace, the shipyard Danyard, closed in the late 1990s. Today there is still activity at the large ship building area, with many small companies renting space there.