Scandlines is a modern and innovative ferry company that consistently follows a green vision for the future: Six of the seven ferries are hybrid ferries and one of them also has an innovative rotor sail fitted. All this contributes to making the Scandlines ferries greener.
Scandlines transports more than 7 million passengers by more than 41,500 departures with seven ferries, 1.7 million cars and around 700,000 freight units per year on the Puttgarden-Rødby and Rostock-Gedser routes. Enjoy your little sea voyage with plenty of space and fresh sea air. A shared experience you will never forget. With Scandlines, your trip to your dream holiday is particularly environmentally friendly. Most modern Hybrid ships with effective but low-noise drives set the highest climate protection standards. And from April 2022, another ferry will be equipped with an innovative rotor sail to save even more CO2. Scandlines stands for maritime-inspired, green travel and maximum flexibility in individual travel planning. The best way to Denmark and further to Sweden with 60 departures daily: every half hour from Puttgarden or up to 10 times daily from Rostock across the Baltic Sea.
Scandlines' climate-friendly hybrid ferries offer plenty of space, a real small sea voyage and the maximum flexibility in travel planning. Cancelable round trip tickets with a flexible return journey such as the popular EasyReturn tariff and an extremely cheap ticket return service make it possible for everyone to change their plans at will at low cost. Scandlines runs every half hour from Puttgarden across the Baltic Sea in just 45 minutes and from Rostock up to 10 times a day in just 2 hours to the north.
Puttgarden – Rødby
Departures every 30 minutes
Transfer time approx. 45 minutes
Can be combined with a ticket for the Oresund Bridge
Depart from Schleswig-Holstein to Denmark
from 40 EUR* one way
(2 persons, 1 car up to 6m in length included)
Rostock – Gedser
Up to 10 times a day
Transfer time approx. 2 hours
Can be combined with a ticket for the Oresund Bridge or the Helsingør-Helsingborg ferry
Depart from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to Denmark