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Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line

Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line Photo: Stena Line AS
Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line Photo: Stena Line AS

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Stena Saga serves the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Oslo, a comfortable way to start your holiday in FjellNorway and Valdres.

Aboard you can enjoy good food, tax free shopping and a great entertainment program.

During all school holidays Stena Saga Barnas is the children's boat from Denmark to Norway. With children's entertainment and activities. Beware of family offers!

Welcome aboard!

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Car E18->Sandvika E16->Fagernes
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Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line - Photo: Stena Line AS

Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line

Stena Saga serves the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Oslo, a comfortable way to start your holiday in FjellNorway and Valdres. Aboard you can e...

Fredrikshavn (DK) - Oslo, Stena Line

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