Kiel Ferries - Prices from £728
Book a ferry to Kiel with AFerry. Ferries to Kiel, in Germany, are available from Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. You can take a ferry to Kiel from Gothenburg, Klaipeda and Oslo.
Kiel Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Kiel are operated by Color Line, DFDS and Stena Line. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Kiel, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Kiel, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Rostock, Sassnitz and Travemunde to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Kiel ferries with Color Line, DFDS and Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Kiel will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Kiel Ferry Port is located at the head of Kiel Fjord on the bay of Kiel in the southeast corner of Baltic Sea and is one of the most varied ports on the Baltic Sea. Its favourable geographic position, deep-water harbour facilities and its direct connection to the inland waterway, rail and road network makes the Kiel port equally attractive for cargo handling and passengers.
With more than 50 scheduled ferry sailings per week, Kiel Ferry Port has a dense network of scheduled traffic to virtually every port destination in the Baltic region. Thanks to the forward-looking port policy and constant investment, Kiel ferry port has become a hub of international importance. You can book all Kiel ferries via AFerry.
Ferries to and from Kiel
Color Line operates six modern ships, including cruise ships, a high-speed passenger ferry and a cargo ship. On board you will find all categories of restaurants serving hot food and snacks as well as large tax-free shops with a wide selection of goods.
DFDS LISCO operates fully equipped cruise ships on these routes that offer utmost comfort while onboard. These ships offer a wide range of facilities which include spacious and luxurious cabins, restaurants and bars onboard, children's play areas and duty free shopping onboard.
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Kiel port facilities
Kiel Ferry port has various modern terminals for passenger ferries and cruise ferries. Norwegenkai and Schwedenkai (incl. Bollhörnkai-Nord) are the two terminals serving Kiel to Gothenburg and Oslo routes.
- Norwegenkai terminal is regarded as one of the best terminals on the German coast. This terminal serves the Color Line ships offering a daily service between Kiel and Oslo. This terminal has a capacity to hold about 2500 passengers and has first class passenger facilities.
- Schwedenkai (incl. Bollhörnkai-Nord) is on the western bank of Kiel Fjord close to the city centre. Stena Line operates a daily service from Kiel to Gothenburg from here.
- DFDS LISCO ferries depart from Kiel Ostuferhafen. All the passenger terminals are close to city centre and there are inter-terminal and rail connections from everywhere along with parking facilities outside all of the terminals.
Getting to Kiel port
Head for Kiel via A7/ A215 (Hamburg - Kiel Highway) and follow signs to the required terminal. Follow the road signs for "Fähre" and later "Norwegenkai" or "Fähre Oslo" to get to Norwegenkai terminal and follow signs to "Fähre" and later "Schwedenkai" or "Fähre Göteborg" to get to Schwedenkai terminal.
Kiel train station has direct connections to the German Rail network. Then just a few minutes' walk over Hörnbrücke pedestrian bridge to the terminals. From the city centre, it is just 5 to 10 minutes walk to the terminals.
Norwegenkai, Kiel-Gaarden, 24143, Germany
Ostuferhafen 15, 24149 Kiel, Germany
Stena Line Scandinavia AB, Schwedenkai 1, D-24103, Germany
22 Jan 2019Transit
Review by NIKOLAJS
10 Sep 2018Oslo to Kiel foot pasenger
Great looking ship with several good features but relatively expensive. Escalators and map of ship were excellent. Eating options were mediocre. ColorLine should change those smoky highly polluting engines for modern environmentaly clean engines like some of the modern Danish ferries use. We travellers should not be paying so much for polluting the air just because we are at sea!!
Review by Tim Kingham
09 Jul 2018A 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
08 Jul 2018not a normal ferry
I travel on quite a few ferries from UK to Europe. This journey was a bit special. From Sweden to Germany, saves on driving and thought we'd see a bit of the coast. The biggest surprise was the ferry. Everything was a tad better than normal ferries. The accommodation was excellent, superb cabin, great facilities. The staff were so helpful and friendly. The food was the best I've had on any ferry. So it was like an upgraded ferry journey, but the big surprise was the price. Total value for money. Why can't all ferries be like this
Review by CHRISTOPHER COOKSON
26 Aug 2017Terrace suite.. 0 additional value
The journey was OK, but we booked a terrace suite (and paid extra) to find out the terrace was just a terrace on the 'bar' deck, with the bar in front of you and lots of noise and loud people. We would presume a terrace suite would be with view of the sea. Besides this, our cabin was lovely, spacious and very tidy (but noisy sounds from the frames on the wall). The buffet on board could be a bit better.
Review by HANS VANDENBERGHE