Ferries to Germany

Ferries to Germany

The once well-traveled maritime route connecting the UK and Germany via ferries has become a vestige of the past.

Although ferries to Germany no longer exist, you can go via one of it’s neighbouring countries. Why not consider getting the ferry to Holland and France. This will get you within a few hours drive of Germany. There are direct trains from Amsterdam to Germany including a direct service from Amsterdam to Berlin.

Ferries to Holland

Car & 4 passengers from £138
2 sailings per day       Sailing time: 7 hours
Car & 4 passengers from £233
1 sailings per day       Sailing time: 11 hours
Car & 4 passengers from £230
1 sailings per day       Sailing time: 15 hours

Ferries to France From Dover

Car & 4 passengers from £80
10 sailings per day       Sailing time: 1h 30m
Car & 4 passengers from £78
23 sailings per day       Sailing time: 1h 30m
Car & 4 passengers from £84
10 sailings per day       Sailing time: 1h 30m
Car & 4 passengers from £84
12 sailings per day       Sailing time: 2 hours

Ferries to Germany from Europe

If your traveling to Germany from Europe, you can currently sail directly from Latvia and Sweden using Stena Line. You can also sail directly to Germany from Finland and Sweden using Finnlines. Below is a list of all the current ferries to Germany.

Ferries to Germany

Car & 4 passengers from £271
1 sailings per day       Sailing time: 14 hours
Car & 4 passengers from £65
3 sailings per day       Sailing time: 6 hours
Car & 4 passengers from £212
1 sailings per day       Sailing time: 23 hours

If you are sailing from Latvia to Germany, you can take the Liepāja to Travemünde route onboard the Stena Livia and Stena Flavia. The route takes 22 hours and occurs once a day.

Alternatively you can sailing from Sweden to Germany and take Gothenburg to Kiel route onboard the Stena Germanica and Stena Scandinavica. The sailing take 14 hours 30 minutes and sails 5 times a day. Another route you can take the Trelleborg to Rostock route sailing onboard the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern & Skåne. The crossing takes 6 hours and occurs 3 times a day.

If you are sailing from Finland to Germany, you can take the Helsinki to Travemünde. The sailing occurs onboard the Finnland, Finnmaid and Finnstar. The route takes 30 hours and occurs once a day.

If you are sailing from Sweden to Germany, you can take the Malmö to Travemünde. The sailing occurs onboard the Finnswan, Finntrader and Finnpartner. The route takes 9 hours and occurs twice a day.

Where ever you may be heading to in Germany we are sure you will agree you have plenty of options on sailing to Latvia and Sweden.

Destination Guides

If you have some free time, why not take the chance and explore to beautiful country of Germany. Why not check out our Germany Destination Guide for all the best places to go and see.

Hotels

Check it out!! We here at Ferry To Europe have teamed up with the amazing Booking.com to help with your hotel and accommodation needs. So whether you just want to stop for one night before or after your ferry crossing, or whether you want to book your entire stays accommodation, We are here to help!

Booking.com allows you to find deals on hotels, homes and much more…

From cosy country homes to funky city flats, we (and Booking.com) have all your needs covered!

If you are travelling to Germany to watch the UEFA Euro 2024 Matches, why not check out some accommodation close to the stadiums.

Berlin

Cologne

Dortmund

Dusseldorf

Frankfurt

Gelsenkirchen

Hamburg

Leipzeg

Munich

Stuttgart

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