As we prepare to welcome you back onboard, take a look below at all the measures we are taking to ensure your wellbeing, and rediscover the freedom of ferry travel with DFDS soon.
Before you travel, we recommend that you always follow the recommendations set by the health organisations in your country.
All ships are large and unlike other forms of transport have plenty of room onboard, including spacious outside decks. Passenger capacity is reduced to limit the number of people on board at any one time.
A continuous supply of fresh air is pumped through the ships’ air supply systems, no recycled air is used at all. Outside decks are also open for that all-important sea breeze.
To ensure the wellbeing of both our guests and staff on board, we are introducing a route wide face covering policy for passengers.
All guests must wear face coverings at check-in, whilst boarding, and during disembarkation. This applies for both foot- and car passengers, as well as freight drivers.
We also highly encourage our guests to wear face coverings whilst moving around our spacious vessels.
On the Copenhagen – Frederikshavn – Oslo route and the Amsterdam - Newcastle route, all guests must wear face masks in public areas and when moving around the ship.
Face coverings do not need to be worn when guests are in their cabins (*, when guests are seated in a social distanced manner or whilst social distancing on outside decks.
There will also be specific announcements broadcast through the ships public address system with advice relating to local government requirements.
On most of our routes customer-facing staff wear face masks or visors when not protected by plexiglass screens.
(* except for the shared cabins on routes to/from Klaipeda.