Are you visiting Terschelling and also want to travel to Ameland? This is possible with the ferry from Terschelling to Ameland. The ferry service provides one way and return tickets. The crossing is a beautiful experience since the ferry sails along the beautiful south coast of both Terschelling and Ameland, including the Bosplaat.
Travel information ferry from Terschelling to Ameland
From Terschelling to Ameland: the crossing
In the summer (June, July and August) there are a number of departures to Ameland. On a few days a week it’s possible to go on a day trip to Ameland by taking the Zeehond m.s. Ameland or the historic sailing clippers Willem Jacob and Helena.
The duration of the crossing to Ameland differs per day, time and boat. The Zeehond m.s. Ameland sails from the jetty in Nes and is usually the second ship on the quay, next to the ferry to Terschelling.
Tickets for the ferry from Terschelling to Ameland
It’s recommended to buy tickets in advanced. This can be done online. You can also use a debit card when you purchase tickets on the ferry.
- Child passenger 4-12 years old: € 17,50 one way, € 22.50 return ticket
- Adult passenger € 28,50 one way, € 36,00 return ticket
The costs for the ferry from Terschelling to Ameland can vary considerably. For full and current rates, check the Robbenboot website.
The ferry from Terschelling to Ameland
During peak season you can take the ferry from Terschelling to Ameland a number of times a day, both in the morning and in the afternoon. Sometimes it is also possible to spend the night on board.
From Ameland to Terschelling
During peak season you can take the ferry from Ameland to Terschelling a number of times a day, both in the morning and in the afternoon. Sometimes it is also possible to spend the night on board.
This timetable may vary during weekends, holidays, events and public holidays. A complete overview of sailings and any changes can be found on the website of VVV Ameland.