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Øisang wooden car ferry

M/F Øisang is Norway's oldest wooden ferry. It was built in Moen in Risør in 1950 and has been in operation ever since. The ferry runs between Risør city and Øysang. It is certified for 60 passengers and three cars. Øysang ferry is not just a mode of transport, it is also a tourist attraction.


Sellebakk / Lisleby ferry

The city ferries are an important part of Fredrikstad’s transport system. Sellebakk / Lisleby ferry Monday to Friday, 06.00 - 17.30  Continuously:...


Bygdøyfergene - boat to the museums

The ferry to the Bygdøy peninsula operates between April and October. Departure every 20/30 minutes from Pier 3 by the City Hall. 1. stop: Dronninge...


Tourist carferry on the Lysefjord

Tourist ferry on the Lysefjord. One of the most famous fjords in the Ryfylke region is Lysefjorden. The fjord is 42 km long with rocky walls falling...

Helgøy i Ryfylke

Helgøy Skyssbåt

Helgøy Skyssbåt is a family run boat transport company with four boats, each boat with capacity of 14 and up to 50 passengers. The boats are a Viksund...


Sørlandets Maritime

At Sørlandets Maritime, located near Lyngør, you can rent a taxi boat or charter boat for a pleasant trip with friends or aquaintances all year.


Stena Line

Stena Line offers ferry services between Oslo and Frederikshavn, Denmark with Stena Saga. The ticket office at the ferry terminal at Vippetangen, Oslo...
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