DFDS Lisco

DFDS Lisco offers regular passenger and freight ferry services across the Baltic Sea, connecting Lithuania, Germany, Sweden, Latvia and Russia.

Now operating under the brand name of DFDS Seaways, the ferry service was created following the takeover of a Lithuanian shipping company in 2001 and functioned under the name Lisco Baltic Service until 2006 when it changed to DFDS Lisco.

DFDS Lisco has a fleet of 6 well equipped ships: Maxima, Optima, Baltic Amber, Patria, Kaunas and Vilnius, and all are set up to offer maximum comfort and a first class cruising experience. On-board you’ll find a large choice of accommodation options including comfortable sea view cabins and a wide choice of amenities including a self-service and a la carte restaurant along with a bar, a specially designated children's play area and a duty free shop, as well as all the facilities expected of a modern ferry company of its size.

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DFDS Lisco Customer Reviews

  • "Well recommended"

    Loading was timely and safe, departure and arrival punctual, and deboarding went smoothly. If you take a car and are one of the 1st loaded, expect it to take 45-60 minutes to off-load.

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  • "Nice trip across baltic sea"

    Food is great just a lot of drunk guys going around shouting as specialy on klaipeda way. But other than that it's great alternative to travel.

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  • "Good trip "

    Very relaxing maritime;)

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  • "Estonia to Sweden"

    A smooth crossing in a very nice ship overnight to Sweden. Very clean and well appointed cabin and great very reasonably priced breakfast. My only criticism would be the check in at Paldiski, better signage for the directions to the DFDS check in would be helpful.

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