DFDS LISCO Ferries

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Please note that the DFDS LISCO service now falls under the DFDS brand and is no longer a separate service. Ferries can still be booked however.

You can use AFerry to book a DFDS LISCO ferry to Lithuania, Germany, Sweden, Latvia, Russia and Estonia. DFDS LISCO's modern ships offer the highest levels of comfort and a complete range of on board facilities. AFerry always has cheap prices for DFDS LISCO and the latest special offers.

Following the DFDS Seaways acquisition of Norfolkline in 2010, DFDS LISCO now operates under the name of DFDS Seaways.

You can use AFerry to book DFDS LISCO ferries to Karlshamn, Klaipeda, Kiel, Sassnitz, Paldiski Kapellskär and Ust Luga. See below for the latest DFDS LISCO prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed DFDS LISCO timetable with arrival and departure times.

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Check-in Information

The check-in of passengers and vehicles starts 3 hours before the scheduled departure of the ferry and ends 1.5 hours before the scheduled departure of the ferry. Passenger arriving after specified check-in times may be unable to board the ship. The passenger should have all the documents (passport, visa, car documents) required by the country of arrival and the rules of ports visited during the trip when travelling by ferry. DFDS LISCO representatives have the right to inspect these documents before accepting the passenger on board.

Routes:
6
Shortest Crossing:
Kapellskar - Paldiski
9 hr
Most Popular Route:
Karlshamn - Klaipeda
Cheapest:
Karlshamn - Klaipeda
£186*
*Price based on:
  • Car + 1
  • Booked: Monday, 4 November 2019
  • Travel: Saturday, 14 December 2019

DFDS LISCO Routes

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Karlshamn - Klaipeda
(DFDS LISCO)
£186
  • Booked: Monday, 4 November 2019
  • Travel: Saturday, 14 December 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 1

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    On board DFDS LISCO Ferries

    DFDS LISCO has a fleet of 6 well equipped ships, the LISCO Maxima, the LISCO Optima, the LISCO Gloria, the LISCO Patria, the Kaunas and Vilnius Seaways. All of these ships are equipped to offer maximum comfort with a full range of on board facilities.

    You will experience five star treatment from the moment you step on board. In addition to a range of seating and high quality cabins you will find a self service and an A La Carte restaurant along with a bar, a specially designated children's play area and a duty free shop. On some ships you may also find a sauna to really invigorate you before you arrive!


    Whether you book the DFDS LISCO Klaipeda Kiel ferry, the DFDS LISCO Karlshamn Klaipeda route, the DFDS LISCO Klaipeda Sassnitz line or any other DFDS LISCO ferry with AFerry, you are bound to have a pleasant and relaxing voyage.

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    Reviews

    • 02 Feb 2019
      My journey with AFerry
      • whereas this short journey is hard to judge

        Review by VAIDOTAS UKSAS

    • 23 Jan 2019
      Transit
      • Thanks

        Review by NIKOLAJS

    • 02 Dec 2018
      celojums
      • Erts brauciens

        Review by NIKOLAJ

    • 29 Jul 2018
      Paldiski port
      • Info at port could be better for people who have not used that service before.The two ladies at offices at entrance to port were extremely helpful.

        Review by BRUCE POWRIE

    • 10 Jul 2018
      A freight vessel taking passengers as an afterthought
      • This is a useful route to avoid the long drive through Poland and Eastern Germany but it is essentially a freight line. For example be prepared to shunt and back you vehicle into incredibly tight spaces and little space to get out of the vehicle, impossible if you are overweight! Be prepared to hump your overnight kit up, if you are on the lowest deck, 6 flights of steep stairs as there are no lifts on board. (Disabled and older passengers take note.) Staff can be unhelpful and on one occasion to the point of rudeness - maybe a language problem? (German, Lithuanian and Russian main languages on board.) Food on board is basic. The vessel is a cargo ship and not a passenger ferry and as such tends to have move movement. On the positive side our cabin was comfortable and we were able to watch World Cup football live on the lounge T.V. If you are traveling to or from Hamburg via Kiel be aware that as of early July about 35 km of the 100km motorway is presently being dug up!

        Review by Anon

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