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The line from Oslo to Frederikshavn is provided by Stena who make 7 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 11 hr 45 min and 12 hours. evening departure times for these crossings. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. All ships have both cabins and reserved seating arrangements, allowing you to choose your preferred level of comfort as you travel.
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Port of OSLO
Oslo port has passenger terminals for the three ferry operators operating from here, Stena Line, DFDS and Color Line. Every year, almost three million passengers pass through this port, which is very close to the city centre. How to reach Oslo port If you are travelling to the Stena Line or DFDS terminal by car, take the E6 towards "Oslo S" / Oslo Sentrum until you see a sign with the ferry symbol and "København" and "Fredrikshavn". Continue in this direction until you reach a large roundabout above the E6. Keep left at the roundabout and continue to follow the signs for the ferries. If... [More information]
Address: Color Line Terminalen, Hjortnes, 0250, Norvegia Stena Line A/S, Vippetangen, Utstikker 2, Oslo, N-0154, Norvegia Utstikker II, Vippetangen, 0150, Norway
Directions: Google Map @ Oslo, port
Guide of FREDERIKSHAVN
The town of Frederikshavn lies on the Jutland peninsula, on the north-east coast of Denmark. The name Frederikshavn means 'the port of Frederick' and this town is famous not just for its industrial port, but also for fishing. A brief history of Frederikshavn Originally the town was called Fladstrand, meaning 'flat beach', then later King Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway named it Frederikshavn. Being located at the entrance to the Baltic Sea, the port has always been a strategically important connection with the outside and a substantial military base. This military influence can be seen in s... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 11 hours 45 minutes
Ship: Stena Saga