When DFDS resumes sailings on the Oslo – Copenhagen ferry route from 25 June, a new ferry route between Frederikshavn and Oslo will open at the same time.
It will not be possible for passengers to travel between Copenhagen and Frederikshavn only. That’s why DFDS calls it two separate routes.
The target group for the new route is in the first place passengers travelling with their own car for transport purposes (not mini cruise). Onboard facilities and experiences will be adapted to this target group. The route between Copenhagen and Oslo will also focus more on transporting passengers when it resumes service.
“We look forward to welcoming passengers travelling between Denmark and Norway for holidays in summer houses and hotels or other purposes. The new route will also contribute to tourism and trade in and around Frederikshavn and Oslo. We also look forward to welcoming freight customers on the route,” says Torben Carlsen, CEO of DFDS.