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One of the biggest countries in Scandinavia, Norway is the perfect place to come to visit to view stunning landscapes, and to indulge in exquisite cuisine in a place full to the brim with a rich historical background. Ferries are some of the easiest ways to get around Norway, and with up to 1327 ferry crossings running a week across 136 routes, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
With over 1327 ferries running per week, there is no shortage of ferries to Norway, which means that there is not one single ferry timetable. Ferry timetables are also affected by factors such as ferry routes, operators, and external factors, and indeed the sheer number of ferries to Norway demonstrates how difficult ferry timetables can be, with up to 1191 ferries alone coming from within Norway, and 84 coming from Denmark alone, 10 from Germany, and 42 from Sweden.
The sheer number of ferries that run to Norway from such a variety of different destinations means that there is not one singular ferry duration, especially as ferry sailings can be affected by external factors as well. Indeed, ferry sail times can vary between 10 minutes, to 3 hours, to 16 hours, to 24 hours, so be sure to ask before you sail what your expected sail time will be.
Ferry fares are defined by a number of different aspects, such as seasonal changes, routes, operators, and other factors such as how you are travelling, so there is not one single ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
You are currently only able to bring your car with you on select ferry sailings, so be sure to check before you travel to see if you can bring your car with you.