|Area served||Norway, Denmark|
|Key people||Ingvald Fardal, MD|
|Services||Passenger transportation, Freight transportation|
|Parent||Bergen Nordhordland Rutelag|
Fjord Line is a Norwegian ferry operator offering services between Norway and Denmark. In addition to passenger transport, Fjord line operates cargo transport through its cargo division in Norway and Denmark.
Following heavy competition on the Norway - Denmark route, in 2005 Fjord Line began streamlining operations. On return of the MS Bergen from charter, the MS Fjord Norway and the Norway - UK route were sold to DFDS. The MS Jupiter was laid up for sale.
On 1 January 2008 Fjord Line merged with fast ferry operator Master Ferries.
Fjord Line operates two routes between Norway and Denmark.
Fjord Line currently operates two vessels.
|Fjord Cat||1998||2008||5,619 GRT|
|Stavangerfjord||2012||2012||25,000 GRT||Exclusively powered by Liquified Natural Gas.|
|Bergensfjord||2013||2014||25,000 GRT||From January 2014. Sister of Stavangerfjord.|
Out of Service
|Bergensfjord||1993||1993||16,551 GRT||Bergensfjord is being heavily rebuilt to serve on Fjord Lines' proposed new Langesund to Stromstad route.
It is expected that the present Bergensfjord will be renamed to allow the new ship to be named Bergensfjord.
|MS Lygra||1979||1997–2006||7,012 GRT||Operates between USA and Caribbean|
|MS Fjord Norway||1986||2003–2006||31,356 GRT||Sold to DFDS as Princess of Norway|
|MS Jupiter||1975||1998–2005||12,348 GRT||Operates as a cruise ship in Vietnam|
- "Fjord Line Takes Over MS ‘Bergensfjord’ (Norway)". World Maritime News. Retrieved 4 February 2014.