Port of Hanstholm

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Hanstholm, Viborg, Denmark)

Ferries travel from the port of Hanstholm to Egersund, Haugesund and Bergen in Norway, courtesy of Fjord Line. Master Ferries connect the port with Kristiansand in Norway, while the Smyril Line make trips to Iceland, the Faroe Islands and the Shetland Islands in peak season only.

Hanstholm to Egersund

The Fjord Line makes regular trips from Hanstholm, with services terminating at Egersund or sailing onwards to Haugesund and/or Bergen.

The trip takes 6 hours, 30 minutes and departs seven times a week in peak season and four times a week at off peak times. For updated schedule information visit: www.fjordline.co.uk.

Hanstholm to Haugesund

The Fjord Line travels to Haugesund in Norway four times per week, year-round. The duration of travel is around 11 hours, 30 minutes, with most sailings making a stop at Egersund before arrival in Haugesund. For further details visit: www.fjordline.co.uk.

Hanstholm to Bergen

Ferries operated by Fjord Line depart Hanstholm for Bergen in Norway four times a week, all year. The Atlantic Traveller and the Fjord Norway vessels make stops at Egersund and Haugesund before terminating in Bergen around 18 hours after departure from Hanstholm. Both vessels have excellent onboard facilities and facilities for the disabled.

Hanstholm to Kristiansand

The Hanstholm to Kristiansand route is operated by Master Ferries, who offer three departures daily in the high season and two at other times. The journey takes 2 hours and very reasonable rates are given for vehicles with up to seven passengers.

Hanstholm to the Shetland Islands

The Smyril Line makes a once weekly trip to Lerwick in the Shetland Islands, departing Hanstholm on a Saturday evening at 21:00, in peak season only. Travel time is around 17 hours, 30 minutes.

Hanstholm to the Faroe Islands

The Smyril Line cruises the North Atlantic to Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands, leaving Hanstholm every Saturday (peak season only) at 21:00 and taking 9 hours. Trips are also made to Seysdisfjoordur in Iceland, but the timetable is currently under amendment. For up-to-date information visit: www.smyril.ferries.org/.

Hanstholm Port

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