Fjord Line modernizes ferries and to operations to popular route
Fjord Line ferries MS Stavangerfjord and MS Bergensfjord return to a refurbishment and to operations on to popular route between Bergen, Stavanger, Hirtshals and Kristiansand. MS Stavangerfjord has already been back in service since May 26, while MS Bergensfjord will resume sailing from June 16.
Modern ferries for comfort and environmental friendliness
The ferries were kept in dock for an extended period of time due to engine replacement. But now they are equipped with new dual-fuel engines that can run on both liquefied natural gas (LNG) and marine gas oil (MGO). Fjord Line is a pioneer in the use of LNG as fuel and continues to offer an environmentally friendly travel option.
Improvements on board for travelers
In addition to the engine replacement, other changes were made that travelers will notice. A brand new lounge has been set up for domestic travelers between Bergen and Stavanger. Here you can enjoy comfortable seats, simple meals, Wi-Fi and power outlets while you relax or work while enjoying a fantastic view of to sea.
The outdoor lounge was also upgraded and made more family-friendly. The playground for the little ones on board now offers even more fun and entertainment.
Expanded offer for flexible travel planning
The resumption of operations of MS Stavangerfjord and MS Bergensfjord is eagerly awaited by passengers. Fjord Line is already seeing a high number of bookings for the summer, but there is still room for those who have not yet booked their vacation.
To celebrate the re-commissioning appropriately, Fjord Line is planning additional surprises at the terminals and on board for all passengers.
Year-round service and more flexibility
With the modernization of the ferries, passengers will once again have year-round service between Bergen, Stavanger, Hirtshals and Kristiansand. In the high season, Fjord Line even offers four daily sailings between Kristiansand and Hirtshals.
Fjord Line is already the fastest alternative between Norway and Denmark, with the catamaran Fjord FSTR, which takes only 2 hours and 25 minutes for the crossing between Kristiansand and Hirtshals. Now, with the complementary ferries, travelers get even more options and flexibility.