Stena Line

Kiel - Gothenburg

More comfortably is not possible: While you enjoy a restful night on board our ferry brings you and your vehicle safely to Gothenburg. You save a lot of time and arrive well rested in Sweden.

Travel fantastically: Enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of our modern ships – Stena Germanica and Stena Scandinavica go for you day after day the route Kiel – Gothenburg. Here lives the magic oft he North – a warm Scandinavian hospitality.

A lot of space for car, camper, motorcycle and sports equipment as well as wonderfully comfortable cabins ranging from standard to deluxe for you, whether with or without family, dog, child and baggage. Entertainment, café, bar, shop and sundeck – ocean idyll with sunset and picturesque archipelago including. Feel well on board.

from 88 EUR* one way

(1 person, 1 car up to 2m in height and 6m in length included)

Frederikshavn - Oslo

Enjoy the ride through the scenic Oslo fjord and arrive relaxed in the Norwegian metropolis – not a dream with Stena Line. Enjoy the crossing in our restaurants or on deck!

The ferry port of Fredikshavn offers a ferry connections to Gothenburg and Oslo. Oslo, the capital of Norway, can be easiliy reached by ferry from Frederikshavn. Oslo offers a variety of tourist attractions – famous museums, such as the Fram Museum and the National Gallery or the fortress Akershus on the east side of the Oslo fjord on the peninsula Akersnes invite you to a visit.

from 50 EUR* one way

(5 persons, 1 car up to 2m in height and 6m in length included)

Fredrikshavn – Gothenburg

With up to 6 daily departures provides the route Frederikshavn - Gothenburg maximum flexibility. In just two hours brings you our fast ferry Stena Carisma over the Kattegat from Denmark to Sweden and back. Who wants to relax a little bit longer on board, can take one of our conventional ferries which need 3.5 hours for the crossing.

Night drives

During the night drives all our restaurants are not open on board our ferries, which can lead to a restricted range of services.

The ferry port of Frederikshavn offers a ferry connection to Gothenburg and Oslo. Gothenburg, after Stockholm the second largest city of Sweden, is located at the west coast of the Swedish Götaland. If you travel with Stena Line to Gothenburg, you can experience a spectacular entrance to the harbor there, since you cross the Älvsborgbron. It si worthwhile to look at this spectacle from the top deck.

from 69 EUR* one way

(5 persons, 1 car up to 2m in height and 6m in length included)

Rostock – Trelleborg

Every morning, noon and night our ferries go from Rostock to Trelleborg and backwards. In Rostock you have a direct connection from the motorway to the ferry port – this saves a lot of time. On board of the ferry you have 6 hours time to relax – for example in our restaurant, at the bar or while shopping. If desired, you can retreat to one of our cabins.

Trelleborg, the southernmost city of Sweden, is situated in the province Schonen. You can comfortably reach the city by ferry from Rostock. Trelleborg is always worth a trip – worth seeing are especially the historic market square (Gamla Torget) and the popular monastery ruins. For people interested in archeology it is worth to go to Dolmen (stone table) of Skegrie from the Neolithic period, which is situated only 12 minutes by car at the E6. Smygehuk, Sweden’s southernmost headland, which is near to Trelleborg, is the most visited destination in the region.

from 55 EUR* one way

(9 persons, 1 car up to 2m in height and 6m in length included)

Sassnitz – Trelleborg

The connection Sassnitz ( Mukran ) - Trelleborg is the fastest sea route to Sweden and back. Spend four hours on board you best grab a snack in one of our restaurants .

The ferry Sassnitz - Trelleborg - also known as the Royal Line - is the shortest route from Germany to Sweden. Only 6 km away from ferry pier is the town of Sassnitz, close to the Jasmund National Park, with its famous chalk cliffs . The narrow alleys and stairs of the old town, ornate decorated balconies at the lovely restored, whitewashed villas and plenty of flower arrangements make up the charme of the most important coastal resort of the 19th century. From the above bound main road a 112 m long floating pedestrian bridge leads down to the local harbor. A beautiful promenade with one of the longest piers of Europe, restaurants, cafes and the Fishereries and Harbour Museum with the museum ship “Havel” invite you to linger before it goes from Sassnitz to Trelleborg.

Trelleborg, located between the fertile plains and blue sea, ist he gateway to southern Sweden. The most important sight is the Ringburg from the Viking Age which was discovered in 1988 in the middle oft he city and which was partly rebuilt. In the summer, activities relating to the Middle Ages take place here. At Gamla Torget (market place) historical buildings and a monastery garden can be visited. Trelleborg is also the city of the palm trees. Every summer hundreds of them are planted into containers to remember the southern location of the city. Here there is a wonderful coastline with sandy beaches.

from 33 EUR* one way

(9 persons, 1 car up to 2m in height and 6m in length included)
* The prices are shipping company prices – as package deal together with a holiday home guaranteed cheaper!