Elb Link

Elb-Link offers daily ferry routes across the Elb River between the towns of Cuxhaven and Brunsbuttel in northern Germany, situated at the western mouth of the Kiel Canal, the busiest artificial waterway in the world.

Elb Link was established in 2015 and, as a recently formed company, they offer an innovative and modern service, boasting a fleet of double-ended ferries and a fixed, daily departure timetable. The company’s chief aim was to provide a new transport link between Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, with ferries large enough to carry cars, campervans and caravans. This means you can now sail from the popular seaside resort town of Cuxhaven to Brunsbuttel in just 80 minutes, as opposed to travelling by road which takes far longer.

During your cruise with Elb-Link, you can enjoy the stunning sea views on their spacious outdoor decks, relax in a coffee lounge and dine in a top quality restaurant, so you can rest assured your journey will be as enjoyable as possible.

Use directferries.com.au to find Elb Link timetables, prices and to book Elb Link ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Elb Link with alternative ferry companies.

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Elb Link routes and ports

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