Port of Oslo

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Oslo, Oslo, Norway)

The Port of Oslo offers ferry crossings to four destinations in Germany and Denmark. The crossings are operated by three ferry operators: DFDS Seaways, Color Line and Stena Line.

Oslo to Copenhagen

DFDS Seaways provides one sailing a day to Denmark's capital. The journey from Oslo to Copenhagen takes about 16 hours.

Copenhagen is one of Europe's friendliest and safest cities, and compared with the other Scandinavian capitals, the most affordable.

Oslo to Kiel

Color Line runs six crossings a week to Kiel in Germany, each taking 19 hours. Kiel is the capital of the German province of Schleswig-Holstein, which is situated in the north of the country. The town is well connected by rail and road with the rest of Germany.

Oslo to Hirtshals

Color Line has up to six crossings a week from Oslo to the Danish port of Hirtshals. Sailing time is approximately 10 hours. Hirtshals is a principal fishing port. The town is situated in the Jutland peninsula, which is in the north of Denmark.

Oslo to Frederikshavn

Stena Line offers five weekly sailings from Oslo to Frederikshavn in Denmark. It takes 8 hours, 30 minutes for the vessels to arrive in Frederikshavn. This busy port connects Swedish and Norwegian destinations. Frederikshavn is situated in northern Denmark on the north-east coast of the Jutland peninsula.

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