Ferries to East Frisian Islands

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The East Frisian Islands can be reached by ferry via the following ferry routes: The islands of Juist and Norderney are served from Norddeich, and ferries from Nessmersiel, Bensersiel, Neuharlingersiel and Harlesiel cross to Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog and Wangerooge. The island of Borkum is connected by ferry from Emden and Eemshaven (Netherlands).

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All ferries upon which East Frisian Islands

Here you find all current ferry connections upon which East Frisian Islands.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Dagebüll – Föhr Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 15 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry Dagebüll – Amrum Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 7 times a day
approx. 1 hour 30 minutes
Ferry Schlüttsiel – Hooge Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 2 hour 15 minutes
Ferry Schlüttsiel – Langeneß Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 2 hours 20 minutes
Ferry Nordstrand – Pellworm Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 9 times a day
approx. 40 minutes
Ferry Büsum – Helgoland Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 2 hours 30 minutes
Ferry Hamburg – Helgoland Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 3 hours 45 minutes
FRS Helgoline
Ferry Cuxhaven – Helgoland Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 1 hour 15 minutes
FRS Helgoline
Ferry Hooksiel – Heligoland Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 2 hours
Ferry Bremerhaven – Helgoland Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 3 hours
Ferry Harlesiel – Wangerooge Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 7 times a day
approx. 90 minutes
Ferry Neuharlingersiel – Spiekeroog Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 5 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry Bensersiel – Langeoog Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 8 times a day
approx. 60 minutes
Ferry Nessmersiel – Baltrum Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 3 times a day
approx. 30 minutes
Ferry Norddeich – Norderney Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 14 times a day
approx. 55 minutes
Frisia
Ferry Norddeich – Juist Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 90 minutes
Frisia
Ferry Emden – Borkum Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 5 times a day
approx. 60 minutes or 130 minutes
Ferry Eemshaven – Borkum Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry Havneby – List Ferry from Denmark to Germany up to 16 times a day
approx. 40 minutes
FRS Syltfähre

All ferries of the East Frisian Islands

Here you find all current ferry connections of the East Frisian Islands.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Amrum – Dagebüll Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 7 times a day
approx. 1 hour 30 minutes
Ferry Föhr – Dagebüll Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 15 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry Langeneß – Schlüttsiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 2 hours 20 minutes
Ferry Hooge – Schlüttsiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 1 hour 15 minutes
Ferry Pellworm – Nordstrand Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 9 times a day
approx. 40 minutes
Ferry Helgoland – Büsum Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 2 hours 30 minutes
Ferry Helgoland – Hamburg Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 3 hours 45 minutes
FRS Helgoline
Ferry Helgoland – Cuxhaven Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 1 hour 15 minutes
FRS Helgoline
Ferry Helgoland – Hooksiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 2 hours
Ferry Helgoland – Bremerhaven Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 3 hours
Ferry Wangerooge – Harlesiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 7 times a day
approx. 90 minutes
Ferry Spiekeroog – Neuharlingersiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 5 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry Langeoog – Bensersiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 8 times a day
approx. 60 minutes
Ferry Baltrum – Nessmersiel Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 3 times a day
approx. 30 minutes
Ferry Norderney – Norddeich Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 14 times a day
approx. 55 minutes
Frisia
Ferry Juist – Norddeich Ferry from Germany to Germany 1 time per day
approx. 90 minutes
Frisia
Ferry Borkum – Emden Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 5 times a day
approx. 60 minutes or 130 minutes
Ferry Borkum – Eemshaven Ferry from Germany to Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 50 minutes
Ferry List – Havneby Ferry from Germany to Denmark up to 16 times a day
approx. 40 minutes
FRS Syltfähre

All ferries within East Frisian Islands

Here you can find all current ferry connections within East Frisian Islands.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Föhr – Amrum Inland ferry Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 60 minutes
Ferry Amrum – Föhr Inland ferry Germany up to 4 times a day
approx. 60 minutes
Ferry Langeneß – Hooge Inland ferry Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 45 minutes
Ferry Hooge – Langeneß Inland ferry Germany up to 2 times a day
approx. 45 minutes

Ferry ports onto the East Frisian Islands

You can find an overview of all ferry ports onto the East Frisian Islands here.

Ports
Amrum
Föhr
Borkum
Langeoog
Juist
Wangerooge
Spiekeroog
Hooge
List
Langeneß
Baltrum
Heligoland
Pellworm
Norderney

Travel guide East Frisian Islands

Holiday onto the East Frisian Islands

Three and a half to ten kilometres off the coast of Lower Saxony, the seven East Frisian Islands extend over a length of 90 kilometres. In between lie extensive tidal flats, all of which are part of the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park. Strung together like pearls on a necklace, the islands offer ideal holiday conditions with magnificent landscapes and endless beaches.


TOP excursion destinations onto the East Frisian Islands

With an area of six and a half square kilometres, the island of Baltrum is the smallest of the East Frisian islands. It has been a North Sea spa since 1966. The tidal path is a pleasant way to discover the beauty of the car-free island on a hike.

The island of Borkum invites you to leave your everyday life behind and explore the largest island to numerous hiking and biking trails. They lead through forests and heath to kilometres of beaches and dunes. The nostalgic island train, the North Sea Aquarium and the adventure pool Gezeitenland provide variety.

Whether in a beach chair, on the mud flats or to horse-drawn carriage, the island of Juist offers pure relaxation. It can be explored in a relaxed way to long walks and bicycle tours. With a bit of luck you will meet seals and harbour seals to large sandbank in the east, along the Otto-Leege-Path you will learn a lot of interesting facts about nature.

Pure nature in the change of ebb and flow promises the island Langeoog. The car-free landscape is characterised by wide sandy beaches, dune landscapes and flowering pastures. On nature trails you can discover the island and the national park to your own. Afterwards, the Thalasso North Sea spa offers relaxing hours.

The island of Norderney also knows how to inspire with its beach, dunes and nature. In addition, there is an urban ambience, historic buildings and fromevents. Especially recommended: bathing pleasure and relaxation in the Thalasso Centre, a visit to the lighthouse and a cup of coffee in the Marienhöhe pavilion.

A holiday to island of Wangerooge means fantastic beaches, wellness and relaxation – whatever the season. Whether it’s a mudflat hike, a beach chair or an adventure programme, Wangerooge has the right offer for young and old.

Beach, waves and wind – that is Spiekeroog. Away from the hustle and bustle, here you can concentrate to yourself and spend a holiday in harmony with nature. The National Park House provides information about the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site and the bronze statue “De Utkieker” has been looking out to sea since 2007.


Alternative travel options

The ferry terminals to the East Frisian Islands are easily accessible by train and long-distance bus. It is also possible to arrive by plane, e.g. from Emden, Harlesiel or Norddeich.


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