Book a Gothenburg Ferry

Gothenburg ferry port in Sweden is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Kiel & Frederikshavn available. With a selection of up to 42 Sailings Weekly, the port of Gothenburg connects Sweden with Germany & Denmark.

Sailing durations range from 3 hours 15 minutes on the Frederikshavn service to 14 hours 30 minutes on the Kiel service.

Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Gothenburg fare search.

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Gothenburg Ferry Port

Gothenburg, situated on the mild western coast of Sweden, is a major port city built on the banks of the Göta älv river. Founded by King Adolphus in the mid-17th Century, the city has evolved into the second largest settlement in the country with a rich musical culture centred around the neo-classical Gothenburg Concert Hall. It is also home to Scandinavia’s most popular film festival, an event that attracts over a 100,000 cinema fans every year.

Gothenburg port is the largest in the region and overseas trading has long been a lynchpin of the city’s economy. Cruise passengers visiting the port are well accommodated too. The terminal on the south side of the river is a modern, open-plan building currently operated by Stena Line. Check-ins are processed through a streamlined electronic system, specifically designed to handle the 1.7 million ferry-goers that pass through every year.

Those arriving at the port can catch a shuttle bus into the centre of the city or board a tram at the nearest station of Järntorget just 20 minutes away on foot. Gothenburg is supplied by a vast network of transport links, the busiest of which being the city’s Central train station that whisks passengers across most of Sweden.

Two routes currently leave from the port; a daily service to Frederikshavn, Denmark and the half-day sail south across the Kattegat area of the North Sea to the city of Kiel in Germany.