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
Ferry to Bergen from Denmark and vice versa
Ferry Hirtshals to Bergen
Do you want to go on holiday or travel to Western Norway and cover the largest part directly by boat? Then the crossing from (North) Danish Hirtshals to Bergen is a good crossing to consider.
Fjordline operates this crossing and takes you to the Norwegian cities of Stavanger and Bergen. Stavanger is on the map in South West Norway, and Bergen is a bit more to the north in West Norway.
The boat departs daily from Hirtshals to Bergen via Stavanger. The ship leaves at night (around 8:00 PM) for Norway. It takes you 16.5 hours in total to Bergen and 10.5 hours to Stavanger.
You can take your car on board. On board you can book a cabin, find several restaurants, and there is more than enough entertainment available for a nice and comfortable start to your holiday.
With your booking, you can immediately reserve one of the restaurants where you can dine during this crossing. It is a night crossing. You leave in the evening and arrive at your destination rested the next day.
On this page you will find a lot of information and tips about this ferry service from Denmark to Bergen.
Timetable Hirtshals – Bergen
Looking for the timetable of the ferry connection between Hirtshals & Bergen?
Once a day, the ferry leaves Hirtshals for its destination Bergen.
Read more about all ferries from Denmark to Norway. The ferry from Norway back to Hirtshals leaves at
- Departure Bergen: 13:30
- Arrival Hirtshals: 09:00
- Duration: 18h 30 min
Route ferry to Norway and Denmark
On this map you can find the route you'll be sailing on your trip from Hirtshals to Bergen and vice versa.
Departure, sailing time & arrival
The shipping company requests/recommends to be present one hour in advance.
The ship to Norway leaves from Hirtshals
It takes you 16.5 hours in total from Hirtshals to Bergen, and 10.5 hours to Stavanger.
The ferry arrives at the following address:
Fjord Line Terminal Bergen📍
Crossing Hirtshals Bergen costs
On the Fjord Line website, we made a booking. The first economy ticket we saw was €65 for the Hirtshals – Bergen connection in the low season. The flex ticket is €54,-. After this step, you can select which type of cabin you want. When we add a car, the cheapest rate is 167 (adding €120 for the car). Cabins start from €136, or you can book an ‘air seat' for €25- this is a ‘sleeperette' / sleeping chair. We go for the cheapest cabin (€136). In the booking process, adding a dinner or breakfast buffet or other type of food is also possible.
In peak season (July for example), a single ticket without a car is often more expensive. Tickets of €135 for these crossings aren't strange for the high season
Rates one way crossing
- Adults from: €65
- Air seat: €25
- Car: €120
- Cabin: from €136,-
For adults, we looked at the price including a cabin based on 2 people a car. Total then is €235 €149 for the cabin. Then you come to a total of 384 euros. This is when we tried a booking ourselves. Costs can vary on choices you make at your booking.
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Frequent Asked Questions
Several questions are frequently asked for this crossing to Norway.
Is there a ferry from the UK to Bergen
Can you take the car with you and what does it cost?