High speed to Helgoland – twice as often

FRS Helgoline deploys second catamaran to Helgoland

Tuesdays from Cuxhaven with day trip to Hamburg

 

The "San Gwann" will connect the North Sea spa resort of Cuxhaven with the deep-sea island of Helgoland daily from 19th June. With the early departure at 10:00 a.m., the FRS Helgoline offers about six hours of the longest island stay on Helgoland – enough time to enjoy the island in all its diversity. On the island tour to the island's landmark, the Lange Anna, visitors will also gain an insight into the unique and impressive nature, culture and history of the Red Rock. The extra-long stay on the island also offers enough time to plunge into the North Sea on the offshore bathing dune or to browse in the many small shops on the island. At 17:00 o'clock, the catamaran starts the trip back to the mainland. Every Sunday, the "San Gwann" leaves already at 8:30 a.m., in order to start early at 2 p.m. from Helgoland after a four-hour stay on the island. This departure time is ideal for holidaymakers who want to start their journey home as soon as possible after checking out their accommodation on Helgoland.

The well-known "Halunder Jet" will continue to head for Helgoland at 9:00 a.m. from the Hamburg St. Pauli Landungsbrücken. In addition, the catamaran will support the departure point Cuxhaven in case of increased demand as well as every Sunday with a departure at 11:30 a.m. from the "Alte Liebe".

 

Day trip to Hamburg from Cuxhaven

 

In July and August, the North Sea spa resort of Cuxhaven has one more attraction: Every Tuesday at 8:30 a.m., the "San Gwann" sails from Cuxhaven directly to the Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Here the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken, the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall, the Hafen City and the Speicherstadt attract visitors. Or those interested can use the time for an extensive shopping tour in the nearby city centre. The return journey is at 18:00 o'clock.

 

About the Flensburg FRS Helgoline

 

FRS Helgoline has been active in Hegoland traffic for over 30 years and is a subsidiary of FRS. The Flensburg-based shipping group has developed from a regional passenger ship shipping company to an internationally active group of companies with around 2,000 employees. FRS operates 59 ships worldwide. It thus transports a total of 7.9 million passengers and 2.1 million vehicles on its national and international ferry lines every year. Today, the portfolio of the FRS Group, based in Northern Germany, includes 16 subsidiaries based in Europe, North Africa, North America and the Middle East.

In the region of Northern Germany, the "Kleine Freiheit" and the Rømø-Sylt line (Sylt Ferry) are particularly well-known. The Rømø-Sylt Line is the maritime link to Sylt: The double-ended ferries "SyltExpress" and "RömöExpress" run from Havneby on Rømø to List on Sylt, taking passengers and any type of vehicle to the island in around 40 minutes.

 

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