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Book ferries to Fynshav from Bojden on the island of Funen/Fyn with AFerry.co.uk

Fynshav is located on the island of Als in Denmark. With AlsFærgen you can book ferries from Fynshav to Bojden on the island of Funen (Fyn). Below, you can see departure times and a list of our best prices.

About Fynshav

Fynshav Ferry Port is located to the north of the town of Fynshav, and connects the island of Als and mainland Denmark with the island of Funen. You can book tickets from Fynshav with AFerry

Ferries to and from Fynshav

AlsFærgen currently operates one vessel between Bojden and Fynshav, the M/V Thor Sydfyen. On board facilities on this modern well equipped ferry include a bistro restaurant/cafe which sells freshly made Smorrebrod (Danish open sandwiches), snacks and hot and cold drinks. There are also a number of play areas for children inside and outside.

Fynshav port facilities

Fynshav provides a limited range of services and facilities for passengers.

Getting to Fynshav

Fynshav Ferry Port is located on the east coast of the island of Als, and is situated close to the main road from Soderberg.

4 out of 5 stars based on 3 reviews

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Reviews

  • 01 Sep 2013
    The Pig Boat
    • Just to say that we understand that pig farming is important in Als but there has to be some way of masking the stench of pigs being transported by lorry on this ferry - it is quite simply nauseating!!!

      Review by Fiona Middler

  • 21 Sep 2011
    Short Pleasant Trip
    • This is quite a short trip. Takes about an hour at sea. Almost everybody spoke English which was a relief! Lots of seating. A nice view as we came into port. All together a pleasant and relaxing journey that was all part of a wonderful enjoyable European honeymoon.

      Review by Ron and Mary-Louise Sanderson