Your Journey

to Hamburg, Brunsbüttel. Cuxhaven oder Heligoland

So that you can optimally prepare for your next trip with HSC "Halunder Jet", we have summarized all relevant information for you on the following pages.

A person with a wheelchair getting on deck

People with reduced mobility

Even if you are restricted in your mobility, we do everything in our power to make the crossing as comfortable as possible.

Passengers with limited mobility
Parents playing a game with their children while being on the Halunder Jet

Advantages on board

All your benefits during the trip at a glance! From children's books to WiFi and gastronomy - read more about your advantages when traveling with FRS Helgoline here.

Your benefits on Board
Two dogs with a woman walikng at the jetty


Dogs are allowed on board the high-speed catamaran. Here you will find information about the transport of dogs and pets, such as the leash requirement, etc.

Two children alone on deck the ship's bridge in the background

Children Travelling Alone

Your child is travelling to Heligoland or back alone? We are kindly looking after your child so that it arrives at its destination safely.

Children traveling alone
Der "Halunder Jet" fährt durch einen Offshore-Windpark.

Special offers

More than just shipping! We offer you special offers in various areas. For example, how about a trip to an offshore wind park or discounted meals during your trip?

Special offers

FRS Helgoline-Glossary

You are currently planning your trip, but you are not sure what some of these terms mean? Here is a collection of the important terms around your trip.

Eine Grafik der Route des "Halunder Jet" zwischen Hamburg und Helgoland.


Here you will find directions to our four ports of departure in Hamburg, Brunsbüttel, Cuxhaven and Heligoland, information about public transport and local parking.

Seitenansicht des "Halunder Jet" auf See.


The crossing to Heligoland is an event that speaks for itself: On board there are not only comfortable seats expecting you, also an unforgettable view. Here you can find more information.

Crossing to Heligoland: fast and comfortable
Webcam aufnahme des Hafen von Cuxhaven.


The Heligoland catamaran is here: the ports of Hamburg, Cuxhaven and Heligoland. Perhaps you will even discover the "Halunder Jet" live?

Two children on board having a soft drink

For our little guests

For our little captains and sailors, travel time on our highspeed-catamaran passes really quick - with games, books, online magazines and cartoons.

Koffer werden auf den "Halunder Jet" geladen.


Travel in a comfortable and timesaving way and let us take care of your luggage. Please note the restrictions on dimensions and weight of your luggage.



Do you have questions about your trip with the FRS Helgoline? Here you will find answers to questions, such as payment, rebooking or travel planning.

Ein Steward bringt einer Familie essen.

Onboard catering

On the crossing to Heligoland on the "Halunder Jet" is also provided for the physical well-being with delicious food and drinks. Here you can find our current menu.

Onboard catering

FRS Travel App

From now on, you can make bookings quickly and conveniently at any time from anywhere via the free FRS Travel App! With just a few clicks you have an overview of all available trips. More information

Der "Halunder Jet" vor Helgoland.

Harbor tour Hamburg XXL

For all those who want to make more out of their harbor tour: With the FRS Helgoline you will experience many maritime Hamburg sights from the water. Afterwards, you'll pass next to the lock to the Kiel Canal and head out to sea - and at high speed towards Heligoland, Germany's only high-sea island. An unforgettable day trip for your vacation in Hamburg.

Harbour tour Hamburg XXL
Shipspotting on the Elbe: Containership

Ship spotting and watching ships

The Port of Hamburg is not only one of the most important seaports in Europe, as the "gateway to the world" it has always been a place of longing for everyone who dreams of distant countries. Thousands of ships head for the port of the Hanseatic city every year. Among them are true ocean giants such as freighters or container ships with a length of up to 400 meters and, of course, more and more cruise ships that visit Hamburg with their countless holiday-makers or set off on vacation from there. However, small fishing boats and private sailors still head for Germany's most famous port. In short: No wonder that the Hanseatic city is one of THE attractions for ship spotters.

Ship spotting and watching ships on the Elbe | FRS Helgoline
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