Fjord Line ferries
Fjord Line operates ferries between Denmark and several destinations on the shores of Norway. Travel with one of these luxurious ships and enjoy the beautiful Norwegian coastline, with its many fjords and waterfalls.
Fjord Line ferries routes
- Hirtshals (Denmark) - Langesund (Norway)
- Hirtshals (Denmark) - Kristiansand (Norway)
- Hirtshals (Denmark) - Bergen (Norway)
- Hirtshals (Denmark) - Stavanger (Denmark)
- Stavanger (Norway) - Bergen (Norway)
- Strömstad (Sweden) - Sandefjord (Norway)
Facilities and services
- Air conditioning
- Disabled facilities
- Live onstage entertainment
- Power sockets
- Self-service restaurant
- Tax and duty-free shop
Facilities may differ per ferry and route.
Discounts and conditions for Interrail Pass holders
All Interrail Pass holders get a 30% discount all-year round on Fjord Line ferry crossings, on all routes. It applies to both passenger fares and air seats (on board of MS Stavangerfjord and MS Bergensfjord), but does not apply to vehicles, cabins, meals, and extras.
Fjord Line offers daily crossings to Norway.
Hirtshals-Stavanger: 9hrs 30min
Hirsthals-Bergen: 16hrs 15min
Hirtshals-Langesund: 4hrs 30min
Stavanger-Bergen: 5hrs 30min
Hirtshals-Kristiansand: 2hrs 15min
Strömstad-Sandefjord: 2hrs 30min
Contact and reservation
Get your discount by booking your ferry crossing:
Online through the Fjord Line website. If you book via the website, no admin fees are added. When you get to the online payment stage, you'll see the discount (called Eurail) deducted from your total price:
By email, contacting email@example.com
By telephone, contacting Fjord Line ferries on +47 51 46 40 99 (in Norway), +31 433 270 061 (in the Netherlands), and +49 3821 7097 210 (in Germany). If you book by phone an administration fee is added to the booking.
You'll need to show your Interrail Pass and booking at Fjord Line's check-in before boarding the ferry.