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The Ferry has moved to Færgevej 7A!
We have moved to the new ferry terminal in Aarhus!
At the new port, we have done all we can to make your travel between Jutland and Zealand as easy and comfortable as possible.
You can find all you need to know about the new harbour here.
How you get there, and what it means for your travel.
We are looking forward to welcome you on board at the new ferry terminal at Østhavn.
Download our app!
The MOLSLINJEN app for iOS and Android gives you a full overview of all departures and enables you to book your next crossing with MOLSLINJEN, BORNHOLMSLINJEN, ALSLINJEN, LANGELANDSLINJEN, SAMSØLINJEN and FANØLINJEN in just seconds.
It's easy to book and change your ticket. And with the app, you also have access to a range of optional purchases that help make your trip even better.
The app is called MOLSLINJEN and is available for both iOS and Android. Click on the link below to read more, and download the app.
Travel safely with MOLSLINJEN
In order to ensure that you have a good crossing over Kattegat, MOLSLINJEN has introduced a number of measures to protect both passengers and crews from the current challenge posed by COVID-19.
We have set up distance markers different places on board, and we are prioritising hygiene and disinfection measures, and there are free sanitising stations around all of our ferries.
These initiatives help us all ensure that we have a good and safe crossing.
Read more about the different initiatives below.
Fast crossings between Jylland and Sjælland
MOLSLINJEN’s high-speed ferries are some of the largest catamaran ferries in the world, and they sail between Sjælland and Jylland up to 24 times a day.
You can sail with MOLSLINJEN from Odden to Aarhus in 75 minutes and from Odden to Ebeltoft in 55 minutes.
Make good use of your time on board – stretch your legs, have a delicious meal in our restaurant or spend some time on deck and feel the thrill of whipping along at 70 kilometres an hour.
The crossing is fast yet comfortable, and you save yourself – and your car – 200 km of driving on the motorway.
What does ‘Kombardo’ mean?
If you don't speak Danish, you may wonder what the word ‘Kombardo’ means when you see it on MOLSLINJEN. Kombardo is Jylland dialect for ‘kom bare du’ which, in this context, means ‘you next’ and is our way of saying ‘welcome aboard’! It is also MOLSLINJEN’s slogan.
The slogan was coined by our staff in hi-viz jackets who have a habit of saying ‘Kombardo’ when they wave vehicles onto the ferry.
The catch phrase has now been embraced by the entire MOLSLINJEN, and ‘Kombardo’ is an attestation of our service and care for the guests on board our ferries.
Does it make more sense now? Then.... Kombardo!
Take the "Kombardo Expressen" across Kattegat. Prices start at DKK 99
Have you heard of the Kombardo Express: the direct bus service between Aalborg and Copenhagen and between Aarhus and Copenhagen?
Prices are low and the journey is fast. The bus does not stop in any other towns along the route and you can purchase a ticket for as little as DKK 99.
You can even take your bicycle or a pram with you – for free! And children up to the age of three are free of charge, too. So, Kombardo!
To make the journey as fast as possible, the Kombardo Express takes a shortcut on board MOLSLINJEN. So you can stretch your legs and have a cup of coffee on the way.
Hop on! Kombardo!