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Bergen Skoltegrunnskaien ferry port

Car ferries and cruise ships come in to a terminal at the outer edge of Bergen's main harbour. The "HurtigRuta" boats - the Norwegian Coastal Voyage ships that run up and down the Norwegian coast - dock on the south side of the city centre, about 2 km away.

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Basic information

The car ferry port in Bergen is at Skoltegrunnskaien, which is at the outer end of the north side of the main harbour (Vaagen), about 1 km from the fish market at the inner end.
There is a ferry to Denmark.

Transport to / from:

Buses pass the ferry terminal. It is about 1.5 km to the railway station and 2 km to the bus terminal. Most of the fast boat services leave from the other side of the harbour.
It is a short drive to the E39 /E16 main road.

Ferry lines and routes:

Fjordline operates a route to Hirtshals Denmark via Risavika near Stavanger, using "M.S. Bergensfjord".




DFDS Seaways stopped the ferry to Newcastle England via Haugesund and Stavanger in 2008.
There is now no ferry between Bergen and Newcastle

Color Line stopped their service to Hirtshals Denmark in 2008.

Smyril line operates "Norruna" from Denmark to Torshavn (Faroe Islands) and Iceland - but no longer stops at Bergen.

Disclaimer:

Please be aware that ferry lines do change routes and schedules - sometimes at short notice - and we do not guarantee that this information is complete, accurate or up to date.
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