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DFDS Seaways (Baltic Sea)

DFDS Seaways (Baltic Sea) Ferry Routes

 
Frequency
Duration
 
2 crossings per week
20 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
35 hour crossing
9 crossings per week
4 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
10 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
14 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
20 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
36 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
42 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
20 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
32 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
12 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
20 hour crossing
9 crossings per week
3 hour crossing
7 crossings per week
9 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
90 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
115 hour crossing

Freight ferries for vans, rigids, arctic or road trains with DFDS in the Baltic Sea.

On the Baltic Sea DFDS operate a number of ferry routes connecting Denmark and Germany to Lithuania and Russia. The Karlshamn Klaipeda route is a popular route for getting a ferry between Sweden and Lithuania with Kiel Klaipeda providing a regular ferry crossing from Germany to Lithuania. A DFDS ferry across the Baltic Sea into Lithuania gives good access to all the Baltic States including Latvia and Estonia and beyond into Russia.

Map of Routes

MAP

Key Facts

  • Berth in cabin included
  • Fuel surcharges apply
  • Hazardous cargo accepted
  • Livestock accepted
  • Meals included
  • No show / late cancellation charges
  • Unaccompanied freight accepted
  • Check in time prior to departure: 3 hours
  • Max. no of drivers: 3 people
  • Drivers included in price: 1 driver

Please note, may not apply to all sailings. See details when booking.

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