DFDS is one of the largest ferry companies in Europe. It operates many passenger lines that connect the main ports of the North Sea, Channel and Baltic Sea.
Our short-distance ferry crossings France - England:
Our long-distance ferry crossings in Europe:
Our long-distance crossings take place at night on our cruise ferries with individual cabins and offering entertainment, restaurants, cafes and shops.
We also offer mini-cruises, an ideal formula to spend a pleasant moment with your partner or family. And for a change of scenery, discover our crossings with stops and other formulas towards your favorite tourist destination!
Feel free to browse the pages of our sites to discover our offers in more detail.
Some of the countries we serve also have their own blogs, sometimes from the perspective of the group and the company, sometimes focusing more on the destination. Other blogs are relaying the opinions and comments given by passengers on board our ferry crossings.
Some of our bloggers also write tickets on topics not directly related to DFDS Seaways, such as the lives of expatriates in Copenhagen, fashion and the art of living in Paris or the adventure attempted by some in the United States. United States and Canada.
Although DFDS Seaways is an international company, we attach a lot of importance to our local activities. Thus, in the 8 main European countries served, we make sure to express ourselves in the national language and encourage bloggers to write in their own language.
The DFDS Seaways team you will meet at the TBEX will be the people who work daily on our blogs. In addition, as we speak for the most part different languages, do not hesitate to approach us in French, English, German, Dutch, Danish or Swedish.
Do you have a blog in Germany, England or the Netherlands? In this case, browse through these pages which explain how we collaborate with our bloggers in their respective countries and introduce you to the team that will be sent to the TBEX. You can also find an overview of the blogs we have worked with in the past.