Kiel to Klaipeda Ferries
DFDS are the only operator to offer the Kiel to Klaipeda route, connecting Germany to Lithuania, Eastern Europe and beyond. The overnight crossing runs seven days a week, Monday to Sunday in both directions.
Our route across the Baltic sea, between Klaipeda in Lithuania to Kiel in Germany is the perfect link between Eastern and Western Europe.
Take your own vehicle and explore either side of the continent.
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No baggage restrictions
Perfect for access to Eastern Europe
Excellent onboard facilities
Kiel - Klaipeda
Regular sailings for the current week listed in local time
Germany to Eastern Europe
If you're travelling from Germany into eastern Europe, ferry travel is a great way to reduce the time spent driving so you can sit back and relax as you cruise the Baltic and into the heart of Lithuania.
IIf you're travelling in the opposite direction, Kiel is a convenient arrival point for access north into Scandinavia, west into Holland, Belgium and France, and south through the enchanting landscapes of Germany.
All passengers going to Lithuania (except for transit travellers) are required to register their personal and travel information before their trip to Lithuania. Passengers need to complete the form prior the check-in and present the QR code confirmation to the check-in agent. You can fill in the form here.
Our onboard facilities provide you with a comfortable and relaxing journey. Relax in the bar with a choice of beers, wines and spirits, or simply enjoy a soft drink and a snack. The self-service restaurant offers a wide range of cuisine and is excellent value, or you may wish to dine à la carte. The onboard shop is home to a great choice of fashion, fragrance, alcohol and tobacco, whilst children will have a great time in our special Kidz' Club. As well as games and toys they can even watch cartoons, keeping them happy all the way.
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).