|Carsten Jensen, CEO|
|Services||Passenger transportation, Freight transportation|
Molslinjen, previously called Mols-Linien is a Danish company that operates ferry services between the Jutland (Jylland) and the island of Zealand (Sjælland). In March 2017, the routes in the Kattegat were renamed to Molslinjen, while the Bornholms services would continue to trade as Bornholmslinjen.
In 1999 Mols-Linien merged with Scandlines subsidiary Cat-Link.
In July 2011 Mols-Linien announced it was to close the Kalundborg – Aarhus route and sell the two vessels operating the route.
Mols-Linien closed the Aarhus – Kalundborg route on 15 September 2011. Thereafter the route was operated by Kattegatruten until October 2013 and then suspended.
Mols-Linen operates a fleet of three high speed ferries.
|Name||Built||Enterered service||Gross Tonnage||Notes|
|Express 4||2018||2018||10,500 GT||To be built by Austal in Western Australia. Austal ships do not have the centre bow that characterises the current Incat built fleet.|
|Express 3||2017||2017||10,842 GT||Sailed from Incat shipyards in Tasmania, April 2017|
|Express 2||2013||2013||10,503 GT|
|Express 1||2009||2012||10,503 GT|
|Max Mols||1998||1999||5,617 GT|
|Mai Mols||1996||1996||3,971 GT|
|Mie Mols||1996||1996||3,971 GT||Scrapped at Frederikshavn, February 2014 |
Mols-Linien operates two routes across the Kattegat.
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- "Mols Line Ferry Postcards". Retrieved 15 February 2017.
- "Mie Mols og søsterskibet Maj må nu lade livet". Retrieved 15 February 2017.
- "Route Schedule(Danish)". Mols-linien. Retrieved 25 December 2015.
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