Hirtshals – Stavanger/Bergen, Hirtshals – Langesund
After Fjord Line already presented the first cruise ferry, MS Stavangerfjord, in 2013 , in spring 2014 the sister ship, the new MS Bergensfjord is following. With the two new ships, frp, 3rd April 2014 on it is possible to offer daily crossings between Denmark and Norway and that with two ferries which set new standards in terms of comfort and ecology.
Both ships are 170 m long and have capacity for 1.500 passengers. On the cruise ferries there are 306 cabins with a total capacity of 1.188 beds and space for 600 cars or less in combination with busses and trucks. Both cruises ferries are equipped with various restaurants, bars and cafes as well as divers conference rooms. The length of 170 m is consciously chosen so that the new ships can cross the waves of the North Sea without problems and the passengers can enjoy a safe and relaxed crossing.
From the time of the maiden voyage on 3rd April both new ships, MS Bergensfjord and MS Stavangerfjord, go daily from Hirtshals – Stavanger – Hirtshals, Hirtshals – Bergen – Hirtshals as well as Hirtshals – Langesund – Hirtshals.
to Stavanger: from 51 EUR* one way
to Bergen: from 126 EUR* one way
to Langesund: from 52 EUR* one way
each with 2 persons, 1 car up to 1.95m in height and 5m in length included
Hirtshals – Kristiansand
In addition from April -like every year- the catamaran Fjord Cat, will be awakened from hibernation. It serves the route Hirtshals – Kristiansand – Hirtshals across the Skagerrak Strait with a travel time of just 2 hours and 15 minutes, making Fjord Line the fastest connection from Denmark to Norway. In low season, this crossing is offered twice a day, in high season, from the end of June to mid-August, even 3 times a day. This means there are no longer any limits of mobility between the Danish and Norwegian mainland.
Since 2006, this ship crosses the North Sea between Denmark and Kristiansand at a superior pace. Our younger passengers love to wave to the other ferries we overtake during the journey. Fjord Line has rated the ship for 676 passengers and up to 180 cars plus four buses, but it is certified for up to 900 passengers and 220 cars.