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Book your ferry from Frederikshavn to Oslo by accessing our online booking system. Our portal allows you to find the ferry routes to Oslo departing from Frederikshavn with just few clicks, including timetables, crossing duration and ticket prices.
The ferry route between Frederikshavn and Oslo is covered by the sailing company Stena who provide availability for 7 sailings per week with mainly morning departures and crossing times shorter than 9 hr 15 min. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. Various services and accommodation are available to provide you with comfort on board. You can enjoy a meal at the self service restaurant or in your cabin.
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Port of FREDERIKSHAVN
Frederikshavn is one of the largest ferry harbours connecting the European continent with Scandinavia. With approximately 1.8 million passengers, 300,000 passenger cars and 2.2 million tons of cargo, the Port of Frederikshavn is an important traffic hub. The infrastructure from Frederikshavn provides access to further transport by rail and direct access to Europe's motorway system. Getting to and from Frederikshavn The nearest train station is Frederikshavn Station, located approximately 20 minutes walk from the Passenger Terminal. Trains go to Hjørring/Aalborg/Århus/Odense/... [More information]
Address: Færgehavnsvej 10, Travikhavnen DK-9900, Frederikshavn, Denmark
Directions: Google Map @ Frederikshavn, port
Guide of OSLO
Oslo is the capital of Norway, located on the southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord river, Oslo is Norway's economic and governmental hub. With a population of around 670, 000; the city is at the centre of the Norwegian banking industry, and the port is essential to European maritime trade and administration. A brief history of Oslo The city was founded as a settlement in 1040 and was known as Ánslo as an important trading place and regarded as the capital between 1299–1319, during the reign of Haakon V of Norway, who resided here. This kind also began the construction... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 9 hours 15 minutes
Ship: Stena Saga