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Ferry to Norway from Sweden

Discover the best ferry crossings from Sweden to Norway

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Strömstad-Sandefjord

Sweden ⇔ Norway
2.5 hours
Up to 40 times per day
46,00

Getting to Norway from Sweden by ferry.

If you are planning to travel from Sweden to Norway, a few options are available. The most convenient and direct route is the ferry operated by Color Line and Fjord Line, which sails between Sandefjord in Norway and Strömstad in Sweden.

Please note that there was a ferry connection between Gothenburg in Sweden and Oslo in Norway, but it was suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, you can travel from Sweden to Norway via Denmark if you prefer an alternative route. From Sweden, you can travel to Denmark via the Gothenburg – Frederikshavn connection, from where you can easily travel to Hirtshals. From Hirtshals, there are ferries to Kristiansand in Southern Norway.

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Sweden to Norway ferry route map

The map with ferry routes provides an overview of the various routes between Sweden and Norway. At the moment of writing there is one direct connection between the two Nordic countries. There are options to travel from Sweden, via Denmark to various locations in Norway as well.

Norway to Sweden ferry Information

Travelling by ferry between Norway and Sweden is a beautiful way to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Scandinavian coastline. The most popular route is the direct ferry connection operated by Color Line and Fjord Line between Stromstad in Sweden and Sandefjord in Norway.

The ferry runs daily, taking approximately 2-2.5 hours, and offers passengers the chance to take in breathtaking views of the Norwegian and Swedish coastlines. Onboard, you'll find a range of amenities, including cafes, restaurants, and comfortable seating areas, ensuring a pleasant and relaxing journey. This is the most common and popular ferry connection between the two Scandinavian countries.

As mentioned before, you can also travel first from Sweden to Denmark and then from Denmark to Norway. This gives you more options to choose from the port of arrival.

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Strömstad-Sandefjord

Color Line and Fjord Line together have 4 daily sailings from Norway to Sweden and vice versa. On this ferry route between Strömstad and Sandefjord you can bring your car. And with 28 weekly departures it's a popular ferry.

Strömstad is a charming seaside town situated on Sweden's west coast, famous for its picturesque archipelago and bustling harbour. It's a popular destination for summer holidays, offering a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, and kayaking. 

The town also boasts a vibrant culinary scene, with many seafood restaurants serving up fresh, locally sourced produce.

Sandefjord is a coastal town located on the southeast coast of Norway, with a rich maritime history and beautiful fjords. The town is home to a number of cultural attractions, including the Whaling Museum, which tells the story of Sandefjord's history as one of Norway's most significant whaling centres. 

The downtown area is a bustling hub of activity, with a range of shops, cafes, and restaurants to explore, making it the perfect place to relax and soak up the Norwegian culture

Travelling to Norway from Sweden via Denmark

It may not seem like the most obvious choice at first, but when you look at the map of the Nordic countries, the options for travelling from Sweden to Norway via Denmark become much clearer. For example, you can sail to Kristiansand, Bergen, Larvik, or Langesund from Hirtshals. You can get to Hirtshals from Frederikshavn by car. From Sweden you can get to North-Denmark via for example the Gothenburg-Frederikshavn crossing.
 
Alternatively, you could take the picturesque route from Sweden to Hirtshals via the Öresund Bridge, which is a fantastic option if you need to travel from southern Sweden to Norway.
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Hirtshals-Langesund

The ferry crossing Hirtshals-Langesund takes passengers back and forth across the Skagerrak, the stretch of the North Sea between Denmark and Norway. The sailing time of the (green) ferries is only 4.5 hours.
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Hirtshals-Larvik

Several boats leave for Norway from Hirtshals. Larvik is also one of your options as a destination port. With this crossing, Oslo and central Norway are easily accessible.
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Hirtshals-Kristiansand

On the Hirtshals-Kristiansand route, two shipping companies operate with fairly fast boats. Colorline sails in 3 hours and 15 minutes and Fjordline in 2 hours and 15 minutes. Which one can you choose best?

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Hirtshals-Bergen

The ferry from Hirtshals to Bergen also stops in Stavanger. In the past it was also possible to take the Newcastle - Bergen ferry, but that one isn't sailing anymore. With this night crossing from Denmark to Bergen you will be in Bergen in 16,5 hours. Aboard you'll find comfortable cabins and some good entertainment

Timetable, availability, and compare prices

Are you searching for a ferry journey from Sweden to Norway? Our online booking module streamlines the process, making it incredibly convenient to discover and reserve your preferred route. Just provide your departure port, destination, and travel dates, and our system will present you with the optimal routes and potential alternatives.

Effortlessly compare prices and schedules to select the ferry that aligns with your requirements and budget. With our hassle-free booking system and secure payment options, you can dedicate your energy to planning your adventure and relishing your excursion to Norway. Wishing you a fantastic journey!

Book your ferry ticket early to save money and secure your desired crossing

Booking your ferry tickets as soon as possible is the best way to save money and secure your desired crossing. As more passengers book their spots, the price of ferry tickets increases. By booking early, you can take advantage of lower prices and avoid the disappointment of a fully booked ferry.

Frequently Asked Questions: Sweden to Norway

The direct ferry crossing from Stromstad in Sweden to Sandefjord in Norway typically takes around 2.5 hours. However, if you choose to travel from Sweden to Norway via Denmark, the duration of the journey will depend on the route you take and the ferry schedules.

The ferry from Strömstad to Sandefjord is quite cheap compared to a lot of other ferry crossings. In peak season a ferry-ride with a car and 2 persons will cost approximately €50,-.

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