Scandlines

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Scandlines timetable, prices & availability

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The shipping company Scandlines introduces itself

In 1998, Germany and Denmark moved closer together through a merger of their two largest ferry companies. The joint project Scandlines emerged from the German DFO (Deutsche Fährgesellschaft Ostsee) and the Danish Scandlines Danmark A / S. The idea behind this merger was to make the offer for passengers more comfortable, efficient and reliable. With success, today the eight ships in the fleet transport over seven million people and around two million cars on their two traditional routes. The headquarters are in Hamburg. The company is proud of its hybrid fleet, which is far more environmentally friendly than traditional ferries with a pure diesel drive. The vision for the future is: electric ferries without any emissions.

The Scandlines ferry Schleswig-Holstein leaves the port of Rödby

relaxed to Scandinavia with Scandlines

On the Scandlines ferries - depending on the route - you can expect a wide range of dining options with a modern cafeteria, self-service restaurant or buffet. There is more time for enjoyment on the route from Rostock to Gedser. Here you can look forward to an all-inclusive buffet with breakfast, lunch and dinner, drinks included. Those who want can enjoy their time on the sun deck or go shopping in the onboard shop. During the crossing and in German waters you can choose from a wide range of spirits, cigarettes, wine and sweets. A play area and a changing room are available for children. All ships are barrier-free and wheelchair-accessible. In line with the fact that more and more Danish and Swedish holiday homes pets are welcome, Scandlines is also welcoming more and more dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs on board.

Important Scandlines ferry connections

If you want to travel by ferry from Germany to Denmark, you can do so with Scandlines from Rostock or Puttgarden. The Puttgarden-Rødby route runs every 30 minutes and takes 45 minutes. The Rostock-Gedser route, on the other hand, offers twelve departures per day, here you have to plan an hour and 45 minutes for the crossing. The 20-minute route from Helsingör to Helsingborg in Sweden can easily be booked as a combined ticket.

The company offers a wide variety of tariffs to allow its customers the greatest possible degree of flexibility. If your travel date is set more than 14 days in advance, you can travel particularly cheaply with the economy tariff. While the Economy EXTRA tariff can be booked at short notice, the FLEX tariff offers full flexibility. The offer is supplemented by day, mini vacation and easy return tickets. The company also has a great offer for travelers without a vehicle. The InterCombi ticket takes you from Rostock by bus and ferry to Nykøbing in Denmark and back again.

The current routes of Scandlines

Ferry connectionPort of departureDestination portWeekly departuresDuration of the crossing
Gedser-Rostock ferryGedser (Denmark)Rostock (Germany)10 times a day1 hour (s) 45 minutes
Puttgarden-Rodby ferryPuttgarden (Germany)Rodby (Denmark)47 times a day45 Minutes
Rodby-Puttgarden ferryRodby (Denmark)Puttgarden (Germany)47 times a day45 Minutes
Rostock-Gedser ferryRostock (Germany)Gedser (Denmark)10 times a day1 hour (s) 45 minutes

Scandlines ferry Prinsesse Benedigte

Scandlines target areas

Scandlines offers ferry connections to the following destinations:

Interesting Scandlines topics

Scandlines ferry Schleswig-Holstein

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