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Book ferries to Russia, Korea and Japan with DBS Cruise Ferry

Ferries to Korea and Japan are operated by DBS Cruise Ferry. DBS Cruise Ferry provides high quality service ensuring you have a comfortable journey.

You can use AFerry.co.uk to book DBS Cruise ferries to Vladivostok (Russia), Donghae (Korea) and Sakaiminato (Japan). For all DBS Cruise Ferry routes and the latest prices and sailing times see below. Click on your ferry route for a detailed timetable with arrival and departure times.

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On board DBS Cruise ferries

When you step onto any DBS Cruise Ferry you will find a host of onboard facilities to keep you entertained and relaxed throughout your journey. DBS Cruise ferries have stunning lounges with panoramic views, self service restaurants with plenty of varieties to choose from including full English and French breakfasts and children's menu, game rooms, café and bar, duty free shopping and kid's areas along with spacious, comfortable cabins onboard.

About DBS Cruise ferries

DBS Cruise Ferry Ltd has one ferry called "Estern Dreams" but their service is outstanding coupled with comfortable rooms with beds, recreation room, shop, night club and sauna.

When you use DBS Cruise Ferry you are bound to have a relaxing and pleasant journey.

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All DBS Cruise Ferry Reviews

based on 10 reviews
DBS Cruise Ferry
  • 17 January 2014
    The only option, and a pretty good one
    • Vladivostok to Donghae with DBS Cruise Ferry

      The most important advice - take some food. The shop and bar are both really expensive (USD7 for a pot noodle!), and meal times in the buffet restaurant are a smash and grab affair with a strict time limit. Otherwise, the shared room was clean and comfy, the showers and toilets were fine and the staff were cool too. Access to safe hot and cold drinking water was a great convenience. Oh, and perfectly tolerable for me, I sleep through anything, but the engine noise was pretty loud in our cabin - take earplugs if you're a light sleeper.

      Review by Trans-Siberian Traveller, With Friends.

  • 12 September 2013
    • Sakaiminato to Donghae with DBS Cruise Ferry

      Very good service-nice trip. Clean and safe. I would recommend to other people.

      Review by MAREK GLOWACKI, Solo Traveller.

  • 13 August 2013
    Best way to leave Vladivostok (or arrive)
    • Vladivostok to Donghae with DBS Cruise Ferry

      I travelled 2nd class. So 8 bunk beds per cabin, but very comfortable: large and long, reading light, good curtains for privacy, much space in the common area of the cabin, clean. But you cannot lock the cabin as there is only one key for all passengers. As a westerner you should definitely prefer bunk-beds, not floor cabins. Floor cabins have no privacy (which may lead to getting into interesting contacts though). Attention: Rubels are neither accepted for payment, nor can you exchange them! Yen, Won, Dollars and credit cards are fine. Information desk staff speaks good English. No proper Lounge, only bars etc. and banks outside. Leaving Vladivostok by ferry is a whopper!

      Review by Martin Joslyn, Solo Traveller.

  • 31 July 2013
    a nice trip from Russia to South Korea
    • Vladivostok to Donghae with DBS Cruise Ferry

      We are happy with our choice to travel from Russia( Vladivostok) to South Korea ( Donghae) by ferry. It gave us the respiro time between the experience of two cultures , time which we wouldn't have if we would had taken the plane. In Vladivostok, the Marine Terminal is just behind the main railway station, you just have to pass a walking bridge. Inside the terminal, the signs are not so obvious or are missing. Luckily there are people who are used to the formalities so all you have to do is follow them. This is how we found that we have to go in the office just in front the big souvenirs shop, to pay the terminal fee and take our tickets. Check your tickets to see if they are ok. we didn't and only in the ferry we discovered that we, husband and wife, were put into different cabins, even that we've bought the tickets together. It was easier to get embarked as well as disembarked because it is not as crowded as in an airport. The staff on the ferry was nice and helpful, and kind. All over was clean. We had a delicious breakfast with traditional Korean food. A minus was that there was not enough place for people to socialize inside when outside was bed weather. Still we could and share travelers stories with other people, and that would not have been possible if taking an airplane. Tip: Donghae Marin Terminal is quite far from downtown so you have to exchange some money in the exchange office there, even if the rate is not so good, in order to pay a taxi and so on. The express bus terminal was newly opened and didn't have an exchange office yet. So you pay for the bus ticket by card , or you change enough money on the maritime terminal.

      Review by ElenaIS, Couple.

  • 15 May 2013
    Overland and sea to Korea - the final stage
    • Vladivostok to Donghae with DBS Cruise Ferry

      This was a fascinating introduction to East Asia. The boat was a manageable size with plenty of outside deck space to go for a bracing walk. Staff were very obliging. Our first class cabin had 4 bed rolls and a shower room . It was just as well there were only 3 of us booked as there was mnot a lot of floor space for a fourth. The restaurnat opened for dinner and breakfast for about one hour each. Access via the kitchens was an unusual arrangement. The food was decidedly eastern with little concession to western food. There was plenty though and the fresh rambutans were good. Passport control was slow at Donghae. Those continuing to Japan need to disembark for 4 hours.

      Review by A & A Huddersfield, Couple.