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for your Drive-Alive motoring holiday in Europe.
There are now no direct ferry crossings from the UK to Norway, so this
Copenhagen to Oslo ferry operated by DFDS Seaways offers the most convenient way
to access these two Scandinavian countries by car. Take the DFDS ferry from
Dover to Dunkirk then drive across Belgium and the Netherlands, into Germany
and on to Denmark via Bremen. After crossing Denmark to Copenhagen catch the
ferry to Oslo.
OTHER DFDS FERRY ROUTES:
DFDS Ferries Newcastle Amsterdam -
DFDS Norfolk Line Dover Dunkirk
Spend a night or two in Copenhagen enjoying its many attractions before embarking on the ferry
crossing to Oslo, Norway's capital city, a lovely city in a beautiful setting at
the head of the Oslo Fjord. The ferry across the waters of the Kattegat and Kagerrak
which separate Denmark from Sweden and Norway takes 16 and a half hours. Two ferries
operate the Oslo to Copenhagen ferry route on a daily basis, departing from the
two cities in the early evening and arriving at their destination next morning.
Cars must check in no later than 30 minutes before departure.
The two ferries which operate the Oslo to Copenhagen ferry crossing are more
like floating hotels than ferries. The Scandinavians have become accustomed to treating
these ferries as places to enjoy some time away from home, and the facilities they
have developed accordingly.
Crown of Scandinavia was built in 1994 and can accommodate 1900 passengers and
450 cars. There are no fewer than 11 bars, cafés and restaurants offering something
for everyone. Add to this a cinema, nightclub, disco and shops, plus a range of
comfortable en suite cabins and the journey between Oslo and Copenhagen is bound
to be fun and relaxing. If you must work there are even conference facilities on
Ferry duties on the Oslo Copenhagen route are shared by the sister ship the
Pearl of Scandinavia. This ship carries 2000 passengers and 350 cars. Both ships
facilites, so whichever one you take on the overnight journey from Denmark to Sweden
you will experience the same level of comfort.
a cat or dog to Norway or Denmark?
As part of the DFDS group of companies, DFDS Seaways (previously known
as Scandinavian Seaways) is one of the largest shipping lines in Europe. The company
has operated passenger and freight services for over 130 years, with unrivalled
experience of the routes between the UK and northern Europe. On board accommodation
must be reserved. Choose the accommodation which best suits your party and your
budget. All the accommodation with DFDS has en suite facilities and ranges from
standard inside cabins with shower and WC, right up to luxurious commodore suites
which include breakfast.