Frederikshavn Ferries - Prices from £172
Book a ferry to Frederikshavn with AFerry. Ferries to Frederikshavn, in Denmark, are available from Norway and Sweden. You can take a ferry to Frederikshavn from Gothenburg and Oslo.
Frederikshavn Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Frederikshavn are operated by Stena Line. When you search for a ferry to Frederikshavn, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Copenhagen, Grenaa and Helsingor to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Frederikshavn ferries with Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Frederikshavn will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Frederikshavn Ferry Port lies on the North Eastern coast of the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. Frederikshavn has always been an important port historically due to its proximity to the Baltic Sea and has therefore developed into a modern ferry port with efficient infrastructure. There are many connections to Sweden and Norway, which can be booked through AFerry.
More than 3 million passengers pass through the Frederikshavn ferry port thanks to its excellent links to the rest of the European motorways and rail networks. Frederikshavn is a small fishing town dating back to the 1500s with some remnants of Stone Age habitation still remaining in places. Frederikshavn is famous for plaice fish.
Some of the tourist attractions in Frederikshavn are the Krudttårnet (a gun tower museum), Bangsbomuseet (an old estate and manor house with displays of navigation instruments and town history) and Ellingåskib, (reconstructed remains of a 12th century Viking ship).
However, on the other hand the rest of the town provides a complete contrast and has a modern appearance to it characterised with modern buildings, lively night clubs, concert halls, busy shopping streets and an international atmosphere with a variety of eateries in and around the town centre. Frederikshavn therefore has a lot to offer whichever way you would like to explore the city.
Ferries to and from Frederikshavn
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Frederikshavn port facilities
Frederikshavn Ferry Port provides various services in the passenger terminals.
Car Parking On Sydhavnsvej nearby the terminal there is a Pay and Display parking available. No CCTV coverage. There is a more secure parking building in the port area which also offers Pay & Display parking. A free car park is available behind Krudt- tårnet which is a 5 minute walk from the ferry terminal.
Getting to Frederikshavn
From the south you will reach Frederikshavn via Aalborg and the E45 motorway. On arrival in Frederikshavn, please follow the signs with a ferry symbol towards the ferry port.
By bus and train
Frederikshavn bus and train station is 15 minutes walk away from the Frederikshavn Ferry Port.
No matter what Stena Line ship you travel on your ferry to or from Frederikshavn, you are bound to have a pleasant and relaxing journey with this well known ferry company.
Færgehavnsvej, Travikhavnen, DK-9900 Frederikshavn, Denmark
21 Jul 2018Returning home !
Very comfortable crossing.
Review by HEATHER ADWICK
12 Jul 2018Great cabin
We were on a road trip from Norway to UK. So decided to take a Capt. Class Cabin on the overnight ferry. Excellent cabin ! Thought there would be breakfast included ? (was not) Take note were you have parked car as disembarkation is chaotic with everyone trying to find there car.
Review by SIMON BOTTOMLEY
30 Jun 2018A life on the ocean waves.
Great ferry trip,very good onboard facilities and comfortable and clean cabin and ensuite bathroom. 10 out of 10.
Review by Bob Fisher
27 Jun 2018Relaxing trip
Pleasant journey.stena could provide a few more seats at the Gothenburg terminal! Be like the Scandinavians and bring a trolley to take cheap alcohol off the boat.
Review by Anon
27 Oct 2014Gothenburg to Frederickshaven
The trip itself was very good, aided by excellent weather. Unfortunately the ferry on which we booked had been cancelled by Stena Line so we had to re-book on an earlier crossing. We only found out about this when we checked in the day before to exchange our vouchers for tickets. We were not informed beforehand. Following our complaint we have now received an apology.
Review by Robert Kippin