Ferries from Karlshamn to Klaipeda
Our ferry route from Karlshamn in Sweden to Klaipeda in Lithuania links Scandinavia with Eastern Europe. With daily crossings from both Sweden and Lithuania, you'll sail overnight at 18.00 for a relaxing crossing before arriving at 9.00 the next morning. You'll enjoy a tranquil evening on board with a range of first-rate leisure facilities that will keep everyone entertained. For a ferry to Sweden and Lithuania a DFDS ferry is an impeccable choice.
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Excellent onboard facilities
Enjoy a meal onboard
No baggage restrictions
Karlshamn - Klaipeda
Regular sailings for the current week listed in local time
Explore Eastern Europe
Our ferry route between Karlshamn in Sweden and Klaipeda in Lithuania allows easy travel between Scandinavia and eastern Europe which could take days by road. Cruise across the Baltic Sea and arrive in Klaipeda, Lithuania's oldest city. Best of all, Klaipeda is only a matter of hours from many major cities, giving you access to the exciting world that lies to the east.
If you are travelling in the other direction Karlshamn lies amongst beautiful Scandinavian countryside and a stunning coastline. From port you can head out to explore the rest of Sweden, or travel further afield into Norway, Denmark or Germany.
Ferries to the Baltics
Travelling by ferry is a great way to relax and unwind for your holiday ahead.
Our ferry routes across the Baltic Sea include a crossing from Sweden to Lithuania (Karlshamn-Klaipeda), Sweden to Estonia (Kapellskär-Paldiski) and also a route linking northern Germany with Lithuania (Kiel-Klaipeda).
World’s Leading Ferry Operator 2020
We’ve been nominated as the World’s Leading Ferry Operator at the prestigious World Travel Awards for the tenth year in a row! We’d love to win but we need your help – please support us with your vote and help us achieve ten years of world-class service!
We’ve also been nominated for World’s Leading Ferry Website 2020 which you can vote for here.