Fosningen of Fosen Trafikklag in the background MS Ladejarl and MS Mrejarl operate between the Pier Terminal in Trondheim and Kristiansand in 3:15 hours, with intermediate stops in Lensvik, Hysnes, Brekstad, Leksa, Sandstad, Kjrsvikbugen, Edya and Ringholmen. 3 From, the public transport digital ticketing system t:kort has been valid on Kystekspressen. You can read more about Kristiansund here. They were built by Westermoen Hydrofoil in 1973 for Fosen Trafikklag. Several coach companies operate daily services between Oslo and Trondheim. In addition, there are regular ferries and fast ferries serving the northern section of the Trndelag coast. There are fast ferries and regular ferries serving the islands along the Trndelag coast. Read more about transport to Trndelag.
They had two twelve-cylinder diesel engines, capable of 1,650 kilowatts (2,210 hp allowing them to transport the 140 passengers and crew of four at speeds up to 26 knots (48 km/h; 30 mph). My trip was just for the day so after arriving in Kristiansund.40am, I had time for a good look around the town (in glorious weather!) before heading back to the terminal.30pm ready for the return trip to Trondheim. The express skiens fritidspark ferry service Kystekspressen runs a daily service along the coastline between Trondheim and Kristiansund. I'll be taking the Kystekspressen again for sure. There are two ferry connections between the Fosen peninsula to FlakkRrvik and BrekstadValset on the southern mainland. Ferries are a common way to get around in Norway, especially in the fjord region where water often means a frustrating, long, slow albeit scenic drive to get from A to B via.