Klaipeda ferry port in Lithuania is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Kiel & Karlshamn available. With a selection of up to 13 Sailings Weekly, the port of Klaipeda connects Lithuania with Germany & Sweden.
Sailing durations range from 13 hours on the Karlshamn service to 21 hours on the Kiel service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Klaipeda fare search.
Klaipeda is a town on the Baltic Sea in Lithuania. It is the only seaport and has a major ferry terminal situated close to the mouth of the Curonian Lagoon. Until 1919 Klaipeda was part of Germany and known as Memel, and its population remained largely German until 1945. It is bisected by the River Dane and the main sights are in the Old Town (Senamiestis) on its southern bank, an area of half-timbered buildings and cobbled streets. At the heart of the Old Town is Theatre Square (Teatro aikste) named after the ornate Neoclassical Theatre building on its northern side. Hitler spoke from the balcony in March 1939 after Germany annexed Klaipeda in its last act of territorial aggrandizement before the outbreak of war. The Soviets transformed Klaipeda, as the foremost ice-free port in the Eastern Baltic, into the largest piscatorial-marine base in European USSR. A gigantic shipyard was constructed.