Find your ideal cheap Scandlines ferry to or from Germany, Denmark, and Sweden. You can book a ferry to Puttgarden, a ferry to Rodby and many more.
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- Scandlines run ferries connecting Rostock (Germany) with Gedser (Denmark)
- Scandlines operate the famous ferry service between Puttgarden (Germany) and Rodby (Denmark), part of the Vogelfluglinie, the transport link between Copenhagen and Hamburg
- There are also Scandlines ferries between Sassnitz (Germany) and Trelleborg, and between Helsingborg (Sweden) and Helsingor (Denmark)
- For Scandlines ferries from Puttgarden and Rostock to Helsingborg and Spodsbjerg, please email us
Scandlines is a German-Danish operator, and the largest ferry company in the southern part of the Baltic. Scandlines was formed by the merging of the largest national ferry operators of Germnay and Denmark in 1998. It runs services between Denmark, Sweden and Germany, as well as crossings to the Baltic States and inside Denmark, carrying over 17.3 million passengers in 2008.
Scandline's fleet consists of 17 modern ferries, varying greatly in size, onboard which you will find a wide range of restaurants, including self-service and à la carte options, bars and tax-free shopping as well as all the main facilities expected on board a modern ship.