DFDS Seaways comprise a vast network of ferry routes with crossings to and from the UK, France, Holland, Denmark, Norway and services in the Baltic Sea.
DFDS Seaways has provided passenger ferry services for more than 140 years and now has a fleet of ships considered as one of the largest of any ferry operator.
DFDS Seaways provide great maritime experiences in the form of mini cruise breaks as well as transport services for passengers travelling by vehicle wanting to travel around Europe and Scandinavia.
In addition to the Newcastle Amsterdam, Harwich Esbjerg and Oslo Copenhagen crossings that they’ve operated for many years, DFDS Seaways in recent years has acquired the routes of Norfolkline, LD Lines, Transmanche Ferries and DFDS Lisco. All of these services are now run under the DFDS Seaways brand name.
Use directferries.co.uk to find DFDS Seaways timetables, prices and to book DFDS Seaways ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare DFDS Seaways with alternative ferry companies.
"Dover to Dunkirk 21/04/16"
Really good value, no hitches, have used DFDS many times and will certainly use them again.
'Anonymous' travelled with DFDS Seaways on D ClassRead More Read Less
"Trip to Amsterdam"
Traveled with my sister and we were both very impressed with all aspects of the trip. The food on board was a little expensive but there was a lot of choice. The staff on the service desk answered all our queries with excellent style. Trip was exceedingly good value and thoroughly enjoyed by us both. Would wholeheartedly recommend it.
'Dawn' travelled with DFDS Seaways on King SeawaysRead More Read Less
Great crossing on board a great ship.
'Angela' travelled with DFDS Seaways on C ClassRead More Read Less
"Journey with dogs !"
Comfortable journey, with good comfort for self. Dogs seemed fine in the car, considering it's the first time I've left them for 5 hours. No signs of stress. Food was good on board, and fairly priced.
'James' travelled with DFDS Seaways on Côte d'AlbâtreRead More Read Less