Stena Line Ferries- Routes, Ports, Tickets, and Offers

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11:353h25
Frederikshavn
15:00Gothenburg
$231One-way
0 transfers
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20:003h20
Frederikshavn
23:20Gothenburg
$291One-way
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23:553h45
Frederikshavn
03:40Gothenburg
$1411One-way
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View of Liverpool downtown

View of Liverpool downtown. Source: Unsplash

About Stena Line

Stena Line is a popular ferry provider based in Göteborg, Sweden. Founded in 1962, the company has a fleet of over 27 ferries serving 18 different ferrsy routes connecting different European nations, including Sweden, Latvia, Germany, Poland, Ireland, France, Great Britain, and the Netherlands. The fleet comprises RoPax and RoRo ferries. With over 25,000 yearly sailings, Stena Line transports over 7.6 million passengers and 1.7 million cars annually.

Stena Line ferries main destinations

Stena Line ferries offer crossings across Northern Europe, connecting several ports across the Baltic Sea, Irish Sea, North Sea, and Scandinavia. One of the most popular destinations in the Port of Belfast in Northern Ireland, which welcomes you to a city with rich history, top-class restaurants, museums, historical attractions, and vibrant nightlife. Connections to Belfast are available from Liverpool and Cairnryan. The other popular destination served by Stena Line hydrofoils is Gothenburg, with connections from Kiel and Frederikshavn. The Port of Gothenburg is a gateway to some of the most beautiful islands in Sweden.

Most popular Stena Line connections

Stena Line’s network features 18 ferry routes connecting different cities in Northern Europe. The schedule is normally busy during the high season, with most trips between May and November. The Liverpool-Belfast connection is the most popular with 14 sailings per week followed by the Hoek van Holland-Harwich connection with 14 weekly sailings. Other popular connections on the Stena Line ferry network include Fishguard-Rosslare with 14 weekly sailings, Kiel-Gothenburg with 7 weekly sailings, and Holyhead-Dublin with 4 daily sailings.

Popular Stena Line Ferry Routes


Ferries by Stena Line to Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is part of the Atlantic Ocean enclosed by Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Germany, and Russia. The Baltic countries are popular for monuments, historical figures, castles, medieval towns, hill forts, pagan landmarks, and other historical attractions. Popular Stena Line connections along this route include:

Ferries by Stena Line to Irish Sea

The Irish Sea is a water mass separating Ireland and Great Britain. Popular connections along this route include:

Ferries by Stena Line to North Sea

The North Sea is a section of the Atlantic Ocean in Northern Europe surrounded by Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and France. Destinations in the North Sea are famous for endless beaches, watersport facilities, and many seaside resorts. Popular Stena Line ferry connections along this route include:

Ferries by Stena Line to Scandinavia

Located north of the Baltic Sea, Scandinavia is part of Northern Europe comprising three countries: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The region is famous for chic cities, rocking festivals, remote forests, glaciers, and lakes. Popular connections along this route include:

Ferry routes by Stena Line and timetables

Stena Line hydrofoils serve multiple ports across Northern Europe. 18 routes are served in the Irish Sea, Baltic Sea, Scandinavia, and the North Sea.

Stena Line route Schedule Price
Ferry Kiel - Gothenburg From 17:45 from $55
Ferry Liverpool - Belfast From 22:30 From $49
Ferry Hoek van Holland - Harwich From 14:15 to 22:00 From $90
Ferry Holyhead - Dublin From 02:15 to 20:30 From $46
Ferry Fishguard - Rosslare From 13:00 to 23:45 From $46
Ferry Halmstad - Grenå From 07:40 to 20:00 From $64
Ferry Nynäshamn - Ventspils From 10:00 to 21:30 From $22
Ferry Frederikshavn - Gothenburg From 03:35 to 22:35 from $17
Ferry Cairnryan - Belfast From 03:30 to 22:30 From $46
Ferry Gdynia - Karlskrona From 09:00 to 22:30 From $40

Stena Line ticket types

Stena Line offers 3 fare types for your roundtrip or return journey: Economy, Flexi, and Premium.

The Economy fare is the most affordable but with more restrictive conditions than Flexi and Premium. It is ideal if you have fixed travel plans. You’ll be required to pay an amendment fee for any changes, and there is no refund in case of a cancellation.

The Flexi fare offers more flexibility in case of a change of plans. There is no amendment fee for any changes to your trip, but you’ll be required to pay the difference. You’ll receive a full refund minus a small return booking cancellation fee for any booking cancellation made up to 24 hours before departure and a half refund minus a small cancellation fee for any booking cancellation made up to 2 hours before departure.

The Premium fare has more benefits and greater flexibility. There is no amendment fee for any changes to your trip, but you’ll have to pay the difference. For cancellations up to 2 hours before departure, you’ll receive a full refund minus a small cancellation fee if you book a return ticket. There are additional benefits that differ on each route. All the benefits will be displayed during booking when you select this fare type.

Stena Line services on board

Stena Line offers several services on board for the best and most comfortable experience during the crossing.

Types of accommodation on board Stena Line ferries

Stena Line ferries have a wide range of cabins to match your budgets and needs. All cabins feature ensuite facilities, beds, berths, towels, comfortable bedding, and televisions. The ferries have superior and deluxe cabins that offer a more comfortable experience.

Transporting vehicles with Stena Line Ferry

Different types of vehicles are accepted on Stena Line ferries, including cars, camper vans, trailers, vans, coaches, and all two-wheeled vehicles with a motor. Vehicles must meet certain length and height requirements (including bicycle racks and roof boxes) to be allowed on the vessels. Ticket prices will depend on your vehicle’s length and height. Fare groups include Low Cars (maximum length, 4.7m, maximum height, 2m), Low Cars (maximum length, 6m, maximum height, 2m), High Cars (maximum length, 6m, maximum height, 3m), Camper Vans/Trailers (maximum length, 12m, maximum height, 4m), Coaches (maximum length, 14m maximum height, 4m), and Vans (max length 12m or 6m depending on the route). Vehicles carrying commercial goods or hazardous goods must be booked as freight.

Services and events on board Stena Line Ferries

Stena Line offers the best service and experience on their large fleet of ferries. On board, you can relax and enjoy a great meal, shop from a selection of retailers, and rest in some of their ensuite cabins. Some ferries have shops, movie lounges, a bar and restaurant, a spa, game arcades, and loads of children’s activities. All ferries have free and payable Wi-Fi services. Free Wi-Fi is available in the main passenger lounge and does not extend to the cabin sections.

Liverpool statues

Liverpool statues. Source: Unsplash

Stena Line: FAQs

What documents are required for travel with Stena Line?

You must present a valid passport or photographic ID card for the specific routes.

How does the check-in and boarding procedure work on Stena Line ferries?

If you are boarding with a vehicle, you should report at the vehicle check-in booth, where you’ll present your ticket and the required documentation. Passengers without a vehicle can check in at the self-service kiosks or Passenger Terminal, where they must present a valid ticket and the required documents before printing a boarding pass.

How long before boarding do I have to show up?

Check-in times depend on the ferry or port you are departing from. The information is available in your booking confirmation. We advise you to check in at least an hour before departure and two hours before departure if you have a vehicle.

Can I bring pets with me on Stena Line ferries?

Pets are welcome on all Stena Line ferries for free. They must be kept in the provided kennel facilities or in your vehicle.

Are food intolerances accommodated with personalized menus?

Most Stena Line ferries have gluten-free and vegan meal choices. If you need a special meal, you can pre-order at least 48 hours before the trip. Halal foods aren’t available at the moment.

What number should I contact in case of Stena Line ticket changes?

For ticket cancellations or reservation changes due to unforeseen circumstances, you can contact Omio Support for refunds or amendments.

What kind of assistance does Stena Line provide passengers with reduced mobility?

All Stena Line ferries are designed for passengers with reduced mobility. However, some vessels are limited to a specific number of wheelchairs. We advise you to contact them at least 48 hours before the trip for availability.

Is it possible to travel pregnant on Stena Line ferries?

Yes. There are no restrictions to travel on Stena Line ferries when pregnant. We advise you to contact a medical expert to confirm if it’s safe to travel by sea when pregnant.
Stena Line ferries have well-trained staff to deal with any medical emergency on board before pursuing the next course of action.

Stena Line destinations

Not sure where to begin your Stena Line adventure? Check out these popular Stena Line destinations for travel details and nearby attractions:

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