Oslo to Frederikshavn Ferry

The Oslo Frederikshavn ferry route connects Norway with Denmark. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 11 hours 45 minutes.

Oslo Frederikshavn 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

Oslo to Frederikshavn Ferry Alternatives

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

Oslo - Frederikshavn Ferry Operators

  • Stena Line
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 11 hr 45 min
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Oslo Frederikshavn Average Prices

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

Oslo Frederikshavn Ferry reviews

  • "Good service and staff"

    We travelled from Oslo to Frederikshavn on board the Stena Saga on August 12, 2014. We had a good experience on board and the crew was friendly. We did not booked dinner in advance, but there was still a spot available for us in the restaurant. We had a cabin on Deck 2, but because we found it scary to sleep 'under water', we asked whether there was another cabin available on the upper deck; the crew was able to find us another cabin and we did not have to pay a single penny for it! Whether we slept well? Well not really, but that was not because of the ship, cabin, the crew or the passengers, it was because the weather was really bad with storms and thunderstorms all night...

    'Anonymous' travelled Oslo Frederikshavn with Stena Line on Stena Saga

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  • "Overnight to Frederikshavn"

    Excellent crossing, I booked a share of a four-berth cabin but had it to myself which was a bonus. Free WiFi worked well.

    'Clare' travelled Oslo Frederikshavn with Stena Line on Stena Saga

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  • "Very nice"

    The ship is clean and efficient. A few problems, however. Coffee machine did not work in purser's lobby. Wifi was too busy to ever be of service. Food selections were not adequately posted throughout ship.

    'Anonymous' travelled Oslo Frederikshavn with Stena Line on Stena Saga

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  • "price ok"

    We enjoyed visiting ship between Oslo and Frederikshavn. We did not have to drive so much and could dance in the evening and rest the night. The price was not too high and C cabin was also ok. We will surely come again.

    'Anonymous' travelled Oslo Frederikshavn with Stena Line on Stena Saga

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Oslo Guide

The capital of Norway is the city of Oslo and is located on an arc of land at the northernmost end of Oslofjord which is almost divided by the Nesodden Peninsular, opposite the city. The city is bounded on its other sides by hills and mountains and is comprised of around 40 islands within its city boundary. It is relatively easy to get around this compact city using public transport or alternatively bicycles can be rented across the city. There are many things to see and do in Oslo including seeing the works by the celebrated artist Edvard Munch. His works can be found in a number of institutions in the city along with other Norwegian and international artists. The Norwegian government has recently invested large amounts of money in cultural installations, facilities, buildings and festivals in the City of Oslo.

From the city's port, ferries can be taken to destinations in Denmark and Germany. There are daily crossings to Copenhagen with a crossing time of around 16 hours, to Hirtshals with a crossing time of around 10 hours to Frederikshavn with a crossing time of 8 hours and 30 minutes and to Kiel in Germany with a crossing time of around 20 hours. Passenger facilities in Oslo's ferry terminal are rather limited although there is a coffee shop and a small departure hall.

Frederikshavn Guide

Frederikshavn is a fishing town and port located on the north east coast of the Jutland Peninsular in the north of Denmark. From the town's port there are ferry services to Sweden and Norway. In the town, whose name means "Frederik's Harbour" there are many things to see and do including the Palm Beach, with its 100 palm trees, the Bangsbo Museum, Frederikshavn Art Museum, Frederikshavn Shipyard Historical Society, the biannual light festival and the Tordenskiold Festival. A good way to get around the town is by bicycle which can be hired free of charge at Tourist Information Centres during the summer.

Ferries to Sweden from Frederikshavn take between 2 hours and 3 hours and 15 minutes with crossings to Norway taking between 9 hours and 12 hours. ferries also depart to Laeso island and to the small Hirsholmene Archipelago, located in the Kattegat around 7 km to the north east of Frederikshavn.