Scandlines operate 3 short distance, high frequency and large capacity ferry routes between Denmark, Germany and Sweden.
Onboard you’ll find enticing dining options on all routes with something for every taste and every budget available. Scandlines onboard shops offer a wide range of spirits, wine, tobacco, and sweet as well as a special section for perfume and cosmetic products.
The Scandlines logo symbolises the most important Scandlines markets. The different colours of the triangle denote the countries that link the Scandlines route network in the southern Baltic. The yellow stands for Germany, red for Denmark and blue for Sweden.
In 2012, Scandlines sold its Swedish routes in the Baltic Sea to Stena Line.
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We arrived late at the harbour, having been in queues due to some traffic accidents. The staff were fine about this and we boarded the next available ferry. The quality of the ship's facilities were very good, especially since it is such a quick turn around. The staff were very friendly and helpful when we had to change the day of our return crossing. I would definitely recommend this ferry to anyone travelling in the area. Thank you.
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"Holiday on wheels"
Easy booking. You alwas see what you are booking. Nothing strange at all. It is kept simple! Good.
'Tommy' travelled with ScandlinesRead More Read Less
Excellent trip, lovely boat. definitely the best way to get from Copenhagen to Germany
'Alex' travelled with ScandlinesRead More Read Less
I was thoroughly impressed with the ferry from Puttgarden to Rodby (and vice versa). Facilities were excellent and the staff very friendly. I will certainly be using them again.
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