Port of Oslo

Ferries and Ferry Companies Operating
(Oslo, Oslo, Norway)

Three ferry operators serve the Port of Oslo. These are: DFDS Seaways, Color Line and Stena Line. They link Oslo with Denmark and Germany.

DFDS Seaways Ferry Company

DFDS Seaways is a Danish company. Their modern fleet of six ships transports 1.8 million passengers annually. Each of the company's vessels offers a wide range of onboard leisure and business amenities with staff providing an excellent standard of customer care. There are also facilities for disabled passengers available.

DFDS Seaways has one sailing per day from Oslo to Copenhagen with a total journey time of approximately 16 hours. The ships sailing this route are the Crown of Scandinavia and the Pearl of Scandinavia.

Color Line Ferry Company

Color Line is the largest ferry company in Norway with a fleet of eight modern vessels and one express ferry. The company provides connections between Norway, Sweden, Germany and Denmark and transports over 4.3 million passengers each year. The M/S Kronprins Harald sails from Oslo to Kiel in Germany and can carry 1432 passengers and 700 cars. Sailing time is 19 hours. The M/S Color Festival sails from Oslo to Hirtshals in Denmark with a crossing time of approximately 10 hours.

Stena Line Ferry Company

Stena Line is one of the largest ferry operators in the world, providing 18 ferry routes around the United Kingdom and Scandinavia. The company runs 34 ships and offers five crossings a week between Oslo and Frederikshavn in Denmark. The Stena Saga is a multi-purpose vessel and has a capacity of 2000 passengers and 510 vehicles. With a speed of 22 knots, the sailing duration is approximately 8 hours, 30 minutes.

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