How long is the ferry from Germany to Denmark?
The crossing time by ferry from Germany to Denmark ranges between routes, operators and ships. Puttgarden - Rodby on average approximately takes 45mins. The distance from Puttgarden - Rodby is approximately 13 nautical miles. Sailings from Rostock - Gedser take on average 2h.
The fastest ferry from Germany to Denmark is from Puttgarden. The distance from Puttgarden to Rodby is 13 nautical miles (25km) with a crossing time of approximately 45 minutes. Scandlines offer this route with 46 sailings daily combined.
Germany to Denmark Ferry Operators
The following operators sail from Germany to Denmark: Scandlines and Syltfähre.
Timetables vary depending on the ferry company. Check the latest ferry timetables between Germany and Denmark with just a few clicks using our deal finder.
What is the ferry price from Germany to Denmark?
The average price on Puttgarden - Rodby is around £118. Rostock - Gedser on average is approximately £158. Prices can vary depending on the route, operator, departure time and season, we recommend using our deal finder for live prices.
Can I travel with a vehicle from Germany to Denmark?
The following operators accept vehicles on ferries from Puttgarden - Rodby: Scandlines. On Rostock - Gedser you can sail with a vehicle with Scandlines. Not all ships will accept vehicles, check out our Deal Finder for the latest sailing availability, for traveling with vehicles.
Germany to Denmark Ferry Routes
The following routes sail between Germany and Denmark: Puttgarden – Rodby and Rostock – Gedser.
Some routes are seasonal, whereas others sail year round. To get the most up to date sailing information for ferries from Germany to Denmark search in our Deal Finder
Denmark is a Scandinavian country in Europe, directly south of Norway, bordering northern Germany.
Home to Renaissance castles, a riveting Viking history and highly-rated standards of living, Denmark offers a wealth of unforgettable experiences. It’s also widely regarded as one of the most liveable and happiest nations in the world thanks to its progressive politics, spellbinding landscapes and mix of contemporary and traditional architecture.
Innovative Nordic cuisine has flourished in the capital of Copenhagen, with the restaurant ‘Noma’ voted the best in the world in 2014. Or you can take your pick from the 14 other Michelin-starred establishments scattered throughout the city.
There are plenty of ferry routes to Denmark from the surrounding Scandinavian countries and within the country itself. With numerous ports spread across the Danish peninsulas and islands, travelling by ferry is a convenient way to reach this Nordic nation.