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Sandefjord is a town in the Vestfold county of Norway. One of the most significant finds from the Viking age was discovered at Sandefjord. The Gokstad ship was found in 1880, and has put Sandefjord on the map as a place of historical importance. Ferries from the Sandefjord port travel to the port of Stromstad in the south of Sweden with the operator Color Line. With the simple booking form from AFerry you can find your ferry quickly and easily. Below, you can find Sandefjord ferry times, as well as our best deals.

Sandefjord Routes

  • Stromstad to Sandefjord / Sandefjord to Stromstad
    Fjord Line operates ferry crossings on the route Stromstad - Sandefjord
    1 crossings daily
    2 hr 30 min
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  • Stromstad to Sandefjord / Sandefjord to Stromstad
    Color Line operates ferry crossings on the route Stromstad - Sandefjord
    3 crossings daily
    2 hr 30 min
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Ferries to and from Sandefjord

On board Color Line ships there are all categories of restaurants and large tax-free shops with a wide selection of goods.

With Fjord Line you will find a full range of facilities and accommodation. On board, you will also find a buffet restaurant with hot and cold dishes, an Italian restaurant and also a cafe serving hot and cold drinks and snacks.

Color Line offer great deals and promotions on Sandefjord Ferries, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.

About Sandefjord

Sandefjord is a town in the Vestfold county of Norway. One of the most significant finds from the Viking age was discovered at Sandefjord. The Gokstad ship was found in 1880, and has put Sandefjord on the map as a place of historical importance.

Sandefjord is a town rich in culture, combining tradition and history with modern amenities such as gourmet restaurants, specialist boutiques and caf├ęs. Sandefjord is also well-known for its excellent fish and seafood; visit the fishmonger at the harbour to sample what Sandefjord has to offer.

At one time, Sandefjord was famous for its sulphur spa "Kurbadet", but now the spa buildings have been turned into a cultural centre that hosts exhibitions. Other popular attractions in Sandefjord include the Whaling Museum, the Maritime Museum and the Town Museum.

Sandefjord Port

Sandefjord Ferry Port is located in the centre of the town, close to the town's restaurants, shops and attractions. You can catch a ferry from Sandefjord to Stromstad in Sweden, and all ferries from Sandefjord can be booked online with AFerry

Sandefjord port facilities

Sandefjord Ferry Port offers a range of services and facilities.

Getting to Sandefjord

From the E18 highway follow signs for Sandefjord; the ferry port is clearly sdignposted. Sandefjord is 120km from Oslo, 20km from Larvik and 215km from Kristiansand.

Sandefjord Ferry Port is easily accessible by rail and bus, and is just 10 minutes walk from the station.

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Port Addresses

Color Line

Fergeterminalen, Tollbugt. 5, N-3210, Norway

Fjord Line

Tollbugate 5, Sandefjord, 3210, Norway