Scandlines operates 2 short distance, high frequency and large capacity ferry routes between Denmark, Germany and Sweden.

Symbolising the unity of the 3 nations, the different colours of the brand logo 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.

From its humble beginnings as a short ferry link between Funen and Jutland in the 19th Century, Scandlines now operates 90,000 departures on 12 ships each year, transporting 15 million passengers, 3.3 million cars and 900,000 freight units in that time.

On-board each vessel you’ll find enticing dining options on all routes with something for every taste and every budget available. The ferries’ shops offer a wide range of spirits, wine, tobacco and sweets, as well as a special section for perfume and cosmetic products.

It’s worth noting that in 2012, Scandlines sold its Swedish routes in the Baltic Sea to Stena Line.

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Scandlines Customer Reviews

  • "Scandlines "

    It was a good experience

    'Ali' travelled with Scandlines

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  • "Should buy a combi ticket."

    I am a traveller so didn't have much info about the Ferry and Øresund Bridge. But it would have been so good if there had been any info about combi ticket. I knew it after I paid for the bridge but I could have saved 22 EUR..

    'Soon Youl' travelled with Scandlines

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  • "Rödby to Puttgarden"

    Booked online with directferries - simple process. We were booked on 12:45 crossing but arrived early and were allowed straight on to 11.15. Excellent service.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Scandlines

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  • "Great service "

    Great service

    'Keith' travelled with Scandlines

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