Kristiansand Ferries

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Book a ferry to Kristiansand with AFerry. Ferries to Kristiansand, in Norway, are available from Denmark. You can take a ferry to Kristiansand from Hirtshals.

Kristiansand Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Kristiansand are operated by Color Line and Fjord Line. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Kristiansand, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Kristiansand, 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 Bergen, Langesund and Larvik to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Kristiansand ferries with Color Line and Fjord 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 Kristiansand will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Hirtshals - Kristiansand
(Color Line)
£92
  • Booked: Wednesday, 10 July 2019
  • Travel: Thursday, 29 August 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 2
Hirtshals - Kristiansand
(Fjord Line)
£174
  • Booked: Saturday, 29 June 2019
  • Travel: Friday, 9 August 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 2

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About Kristiansand

Kristiansand is almost as far south as you can go in Norway. This is Norway's Sorlandet, or Southland. Kristiansand ferry port is situated at the mouth of River Otra on the Skagerrak Strait (an arm of North Sea) that divides Norway and Denmark.

Centrally located on the South coast of Norway, Kristiansand ferry port offers convenient domestic as well as international travel and transportation - by sea, rail and road. Because of short ferry crossings and frequent sailings to neighbouring countries, Kristiansand port is frequently referred to as Norway's "Gateway to Europe". All ferries from Kristiansand can be booked through AFerry

The alternative name of Kristiansand is Christianssand. Kristiansand is named after King Christian IV, who founded it in 17th century during the Renaissance. Kristiansand is also Norway's sunniest part. Its beautiful beaches and fascinating scenery attract lots of visitors from the rest of Norway and neighbouring countries. It is also a popular destination for fishing and hunting although strict rules have to be adhered to.

Kristiansand has some of the most interesting history museums such as Vest Agder - Norway's largest open air museum, Kristiansand Cannon Museum with the world's second largest gun in it, a recreated Bronze Age settlement and Setesdalsbanen - Vintage Steam Railway along with other Renaissance architecture like the Christiansholm Fortress and a 960 year old Oddernes Church.

Kristiansand is not only a wonderful beach resort but a pretty sight as well with rows of old wooden houses and hanging baskets of flowers everywhere.

Ferries to and from Kristiansand

Color Line operates six modern ships, including cruise ships, a high-speed passenger ferry and a cargo ship. On board you will find all categories of restaurants serving hot food and snacks as well as large tax-free shops with a wide selection of goods.

With Fjord Line you will travel on the catamaran the Fjord Line Express which is a very fast ship. In fact, it holds the world record for the fastest crossing of the Atlantic. Onboard you can find a buffest serving food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Kristiansand port facilities

Kristiansand ferry port is well equipped with a wide range of facilities at the terminals. Short term and long term parking facilities are also available along with disabled parking spaces.

Getting to Kristiansand

Take E18 from East and E39 from West or from the North and follow the main road to the city centre. Then follow the signs to the ferry terminal.

The train station is located just outside the ferry terminal right next to it in the middle of the city parallel to Vestre Strandgate Street. About five trains run from Kristiansand to the capital city Oslo every day.

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Reviews

  • 04 Mar 2019
    Everything was good
    • Everything was good

      Review by DENIS SHAPOVALOV

  • 27 Jun 2018
    Worrying time
    • I was told I could not travel on the same ship as our friends because I was to high I would be booked on the freight ferry Well they only just managed to get me on because I was just able to get on because the roof was to low our friends ferry was full of wagons with 4.5 meter trailers. We thought that we could be left on the dock but some shop staff came and we were backed on at the back and they could just get the doors closed a very worrying time.

      Review by ADRIAN HARRY MORGAN

  • 25 Jul 2017
    Very efficient crossing, but expensive compared with other routes.
    • The crossing was very pleasant and efficient, but it was expensive compared to other routes we have crossed on elsewhere.

      Review by CHRIS

  • 06 Aug 2016
    Great
    • Great trip. Booking on aFerry made it even easier and cheaper for me.

      Review by Anon

  • 08 Jul 2016
    All good
    • An unbelievable trip from Denmark to Norway, fast, slick and on time to the minute!

      Review by Anon