DFDS Seaways

DFDS Seaways comprises a vast network of ferry routes with crossings to and from the UK, France, Holland, Denmark, Norway and services in the Baltic Sea.

Having provided passenger ferry services for more than 150 years, the business now has a fleet of ships considered to be one of the largest of any ferry operator in the world. It began as a steamship business in 1866, when Carl Frederik brought together a number of Danish steamship companies, which soon culminated into the fundamental part of the DFDS fleet.

DFDS Seaways provides great maritime experiences in the form of mini cruise breaks as well as transport services for passengers with vehicles looking to travel around Europe and Scandinavia.

In addition to the Newcastle - Amsterdam 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.com.au 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.

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DFDS Seaways Customer Reviews

  • "Calais crossing."

    After getting through customs, the booking staff was very friendly. The ship was clean and the staff on board were helpful. Would definitely use this crossing again.

    'Steve' travelled with DFDS Seaways on C Class

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  • "Cheap and Reliable"

    My first time ever using a ferry and DFDS were great. Ship arrived on-time and promptly allowed us to disembark when docked. Facilities on board were good. I didn't use the catering facilities but there was a restaurant and a snack bar on board. Lounges were excellent and toilets were well kept. Biggest selling point for me was the low price, great value for money. Would definitely sail DFDS again.

    'Michael' travelled with DFDS Seaways on C Class

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  • "Seating"

    was disappointed with the seating, people stretched out across them and also lying on the floor, why not have reclining chairs and more seating too.

    'Richard' travelled with DFDS Seaways on D Class

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  • "Good "

    Good

    'Darius' travelled with DFDS Seaways on D Class

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