About DFDS Seaways
When you travel with DFDS Seaways, you will experience a true maritime atmosphere.
On board the overnight cruise or ferries, sample the bars with live entertainment and restaurants and if you are travelling with small children they will enjoy the onboard activites available on crossings, and with a truly international level of service on the next day check out the sights of your destination or get transferred to a different city before taking the boat home.
DFDS Seaways Ferries route activities can be divided into two main areas: North sea and the Kattegat sea.
With DFDS Seaways you can sail to many North Sea destinations including in Holland, Denmark and Norway with a variety of breaks on offer. DFDS Mini Cruise Breaks are ideal if you are looking for a romantic break, an action packed family outing or fun with friends.
On board DFDS Scandinavian Seaways ferries sample the bars, live entertainment and restaurants and on the next day check out the sights of your destination or get transferred to a different city before taking the boat home.
DFDS Seaways Ferries operate modern passenger ships and to make a comparison can say that they are one of Scandinavia's largest “hotel chains”, with approx. 9,000 “bed-nights” every night during the summer season and “parking facilities” for 2,500 cars.
DFDS Ship Route
- Harwich-Esbjerg (Denmark)
The DFDS Seaways fleet is considered as one of the largest fleets in Northern Europe. All of the DFDS Seaways ships are different in size, but each of the them have a singular charm and atmosphere which is why many of their travellers go frequently.
DFDS Seaways offers eight different product concepts: Mini Cruise Breaks, Groups, Conferences, City-to-City Breaks, Skiing holidays, Transport options with and without your car. Attractive destinations and a relaxing maritime experience are important for all these types of trip.
Accommodation On Board DFDS Seaways Ferries
The cabins are designed to suit a diverse range of traveller - from those on a tight budget to those who want to live the life of luxury in the best cabins whilst on board. All the cabins have air-conditioning, a separate Shower room with shower and WC.
Continental plug point
Commodore Class Cabins
DFDS offer Commodore cabins for those travellers who want a more spacious and luxurious travel experience.
All Commodore cabins enjoy a sea view, as well as fantastic facilities.
Facilities in the cabin include:
Bedding & Towels
En-suite room with Shower
Hanging area for clothing
Complimentary Mini Bar
Please note facilities and decor vary from ship to ship.
If travelling on M.S. Queen of Scandinavia you also get access to the Commodore class private lounge.
DFDS Seaways Ferries Fine Restaurants & Family Dining
Seaway Class Cabins
These are cabins all have an en suite shower and WC and are available for 1-4 persons. All the Seaway class cabins have air-conditioning, a separate shower room with shower and WC.
The majority of these cabins have bunk beds, but there are a limited number of lower berth cabins - these have 2 beds at normal height, rather than bunks.
There is a great choice of places to eat and drink whatever your appetite. Sample the traditional ‘Smorgåsbord’ at the 7 Seas restaurant, try the exclusive on board à la carte Restaurant - Blue Riband, explore the world of food at the Explorers Restaurant or if you’re looking for something a little lighter you can always try the Bake’n Coffee café.
Experience fine dining on board all DFDS Seaways ferry ships with a choice of casual family friendly buffets to the more formal a la carte options.
About DFDS Seaways
DFDS Seaways is the passenger-carrying division of DFDS A/S.
DFDS Seaways operates five cruiseferries and one ro-pax ferry on routes connecting Denmark to Norway and the United Kingdom to the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway. transporting approximately 1.8 million passengers and 200,000 cars on eight ferry routes traversing the sea between Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Holland, and Great Britain each year.
When you travel with DFDS Seaways, you will experience a genuine maritime atmosphere, in style, and with a truly international level of service. Many professional travellers also consider DFDS unrivalled in service and facilities for passenger and vehicle traffic.
DFDS has recently (2006) renewed their fleet, purchasing M/S King of Scandinavia and M/S Princess of Norway to replace the last ships dating from the 1970s still in service.
In 2006 DFDS Seaways stopped serving Sweden when M/S Princess of Scandinavia was taken off service and the Copenhagen - Oslo service ships stopped calling at Helsingborg.
DFDS Seaways fleet is considered as one of the largest fleets in Northern Europe. All of the ships are different in size, but each of the them have a singular charm and atmosphere which is why many of their travellers go frequently.
DFDS Seaways has been in operation since 1866 providing passenger ferry services for more than 140 years and is the oldest shipping company in Denmark.It has a leading market position in Northern Europe within overnight passenger shipping with a fleet considered to be one of the largest in northern Europe.
They operate five modern passenger ships which can accommodate up to 8,800 sleeping passengers per night with a capacity of 2,500 cars.