Port of Bergen

Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Bergen, Hordaland, Norway)

The port of Bergen is a facility serving Norway's second largest city and provides sea crossings to a number of European destinations.

The ferry terminal at the port offers basic facilities which include shops, vending machines and a café.

Disabled access is also provided for passengers with special needs. Passengers requiring assistance are advised to call the ferry terminal or their ferry company prior to their arrival at Bergen.

Ferry Services

Ferry crossings are infrequent from Bergen Port but are run by a number of reputable ferry companies who all provide an efficient service.

P&O Ferries provides crossings from Bergen to Lerwick in the Shetland Islands. Sailings are once or twice a week with a journey time of 11 hours.

Smyril Line also offers ferry services to Lerwick but these are considerably slower and less frequent. Smyril Line provides services to Torshaven, taking 20 hours and to Seysdisfjordur, which takes two days.

Colorline operates a single route from the Port of Bergen to Hirtshals in Denmark. Services run three times a week and journey time is 23 hours. Frequency of services changes with the seasons.

Fjordline is the final ferry company offering services from the Port of Bergen, operating a route to Newcastle in England. This journey takes approximately 26 hours and is travelled up to three times a week.

Contact Port of Bergen:
Address: Nostegaten 30, N-5010 Bergen, Norway, NO
Tel: +47 55 56 89 50
Fax: +47 55 56 89 86
Email: bergen.havn@bergen.kommune.no
Bergen Port

Bergen Port

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