Scandinavian-American Line
(Skandinavien-Amerika Linien)
(Operated by DFDS - Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selskab)


Sailings January-December 1913 (issued November 1912) for:
United States, Hellig Olav, Oscar II, C. F. Tietgen

Ports of call:
New York, Christiansand, Christiania, Copenhagen
Click to view a booklet w/illustrations of some of the liners and photos of their interiors


Click to view a 1914 booklet w/illustrations of Frederik VIII and Oscar II
and photos of their interiors, as well as of Hellig Olav and United States


Sailings December 1925-December 1926 (issued October 1, 1925) for:
Frederik VIII, United States, Hellig Olav, Oscar II

Ports of call:
New York, Boston, Halifax, Christiansand, Oslo, Copenhagen
Click for larger view

(Courtesy of The Mariners' Museum, Newport News. Read more on this page.)
Sailings January-November 1928 (February 1, 1928)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Frederik VIII
Hellig Olav
Oscar II
United States
Copenhagen, Oslo, Halifax (most voyages westbound; a few voyages eastbound), New York

Sailings March-December 1932 (issued February 26, 1932) for:
Frederik VIII, United States

Ports of call:
New York, Halifax, Kristiansand, Oslo, Copenhagen


See the archives section for more brochures of Scandinavian-American Line.


Scandinavian-American Line fleet information, history etc. on the following website:


The Norway Heritage website has a section on the history of the Scandinavian-American Line
and its predecessor, the Thingvalla Line, with many postcards/photos.


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This page last updated June 23, 2019.