Frederikshavn to Gothenburg Ferry

The Frederikshavn Gothenburg ferry route connects Denmark with Sweden. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 28 times each week with sailing durations from around 3 hours 15 minutes.

Frederikshavn Gothenburg sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Route and port details

Frederikshavn to Gothenburg Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from Denmark to Sweden page.

Frederikshavn - Gothenburg Ferry Operators

  • Stena Line
    • 4 Sailings Daily 3 hr 15 min
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Frederikshavn Gothenburg Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Frederikshavn Gothenburg route is a car and 2 passengers.

Frederikshavn Gothenburg Ferry reviews

  • "Swedish adventure "

    Our plan was to visit Denmark and Sweden, taking in the famous Oresund Bridge/tunnel, so we drove north first. The crossing from Frederikshavn to Goteborg was easy to book on line, and the port easy to find! Excellent crossing, dead on time, nice ferry and bags of room. Plenty of outside seating protected from the wind was appreciated. A very pleasant experience all round.

    'Christopher Paul' travelled Frederikshavn Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Danica

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  • "Hop Over"

    Very impressed - smooth sailing and nice staff

    'Daniel' travelled Frederikshavn Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Jutlandica

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  • "How not to book your journey"

    I arrived in Frederikshavn mid-afternoon on 18th August and wondered if I could catch an earlier ferry on the next day. So I went to the Stena line terminal to ask. When I found the booking office and explained to the official in charge what I wanted to do, ie catch an earlier ferry, he looked very confused and said, you have already missed the one you booked on. I had accidentally booked for the wrong day and luckily was able to buy another for the 19th. The crossing itself was fine, unlike the weather. It rained incessantly from Gothenburg to Orebru, although it was fine in Stockholm.

    'Peter Burkinshaw' travelled Frederikshavn Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Jutlandica

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  • "succesful crossing"

    All good except that there were several bars on board but only one was open so long wait to get a coffee.

    'Brian' travelled Frederikshavn Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Danica

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Frederikshavn Guide

The Danish town and port of Frederikshavn is located on the north east of coast of the Jutland Peninsular, in the north of the country. Translated to mean "Frederik's Harbour" the town's harbour is a significant transport hub for the town and surrounding area, with regular ferry connections to Sweden and Norway. The town is also known for its fishing.

Visitors to the town have a number of things to see and do. The Palm beach, with its 100 planted palm trees, is a popular attraction along with the Bangsbo Museum, the Frederikshavn Art Museum, the Frederikshavn Shipyard Historical Society, the Tordenskiold Festival and the biannual Light Festival.

Journey times to Norway take between 9 and 12 hours and to Sweden between 2 hours and 3 hours and 15 minutes. There are also ferries to Laeso, an island in the middle of the Kattegat (journey time of 90 minutes) and to the small Hirsholmene archipelago, located in the Kattegat about 7 km to the north east of Frederikshavn.

Gothenburg Guide

Gothenburg is Sweden's second largest city and is located on the west coast of the country, with an amazing archipelago that is only 30 minutes by tram from the city centre. The city is home to a number of festivals and concerts during the summer months and include the Way Out West festival, Metaldown and Summerburst Electronic Dance Festival. For visitors that prefer smaller venues there are a host of bars and clubs in the city that host many events and DJ performances.

For lovers of the great outdoors, Gothenburg's islands make up one of the most beautiful archipelagos in Europe and is made up of around 10,000 granite islets.

Shipping and commerce has always played an important role in Gothenburg's economy due in large part to its strategic location. The city's port is the largest harbour in Scandinavia are there are daily ferry services to Kiel in Germany and Frederikshavn in Denmark. When arriving in Gothenburg by ferry, passengers should take the time to admire the archipelago and enjoy the fact that the port is only a short walk from the city centre.