Fjord Line

Fjord Line is a Norwegian ferry company operating sailings from multiple ports in southern Norway to Denmark and Sweden.

Fjord Line began operations in 1993 with ferries running between Norway and Denmark before taking over the link between the UK and Norway from Color Line in the late 1990s. A difficult period followed, resulting in the closure of the UK link and changes of ownership, before a merger with Master Ferries in 2007 set them back on the path to success. Today, Fjord Line has approximately 600 employees on land and 430 working at sea, all year round.

Now with modern ships and ample capacity for both tourist and commercial vehicles, Fjord Line is able to offer regular daily departures across numerous routes and destinations. 2013 and 2014 saw the introduction of the company’s first 2 environmentally friendly cruise ferries MS Stavangerfjord and MS Bergensford, respectively. The first and largest ferries in the world to use single fuelled LNG engines, they are powered by liquefied natural gas, resulting in a 23% reduction in greenhouse gas and 100% reduction in sulphur emissions.

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Fjord Line Customer Reviews

  • "A good trip"

    The weather was good, the food was good, the staff was good.

    'Tommy' travelled with Fjord Line

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  • "A relaxing way to travel "

    We booked this journey on-line and looked forward to simple arrival in the port of Stavanger. Firstly the embarkation was chaotic, too many people herded into a crowded corner with no air conditioning. There were unclear directions given, leaving the long queue confused as to who should go forward first, the German group or the others??? The journey itself was good and we enjoyed the scenery. As we tried to disembark we were asked to show our 'boarding cards'?? No one told us we would need them to disembark and my husband couldn't find his. I think the clue is in the name, 'boarding cards'. If you require passengers to show them when disembarking, please advise them in advance! We had not been informed that the Quay was 17 kms from Stavanger centre or that we should purchase tickets for a bus to get there!!!!! The ONE bus that came was then too full to take the 2 of us and other passengers. We were told by the person at the Fjordline information desk, we would have to get a taxi. Why was there only 1 bus for 60 people? 8 of us had to resort to paying for a taxi. This was a stressful experience and costly and we feel Fjordline should recompense us 520 NOK, the cost of our taxi.

    'Esther' travelled with Fjord Line

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  • "Comfortable crossing"

    We had a very smooth efficient crossing from Hirtshals to Langesund. The boat was reasonably comfortable, but not many options for lunch, as most of the food outlets were closed!

    'Monica' travelled with Fjord Line

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  • "Great voyage"

    Great food in the cafe. Lovely service and RipTide were a great band

    'Marie' travelled with Fjord Line

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