Baltic Sea Routes - Ferries from Kiel in Germany to Klaipeda in Lithuania​

Our route across the Baltic sea, between Klaipeda in Lithuania to Kiel in Germany is the perfect link between eastern and western Europe. Take your own vehicle and explore either side of the continent.

With overnight crossings in both directions 6 days a week, you can shape your trip around your needs. 

  • ​6 daily sailings per week
  • Price includes transport for yourself, your vehicle & en suite cabin
  • No baggage restrictions
  • Excellent onboard facilities
  • Perfect for access to western Europe

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If you’re planning on travelling between eastern and western Europe, in either direction, then ferry travel is a great way to give yourself some time to relax and get away from the wheel.
Kiel is located in northern Germany and is the perfect place to begin a trip north to Scandinavia, to explore Germany or to head west into Holland, Belgium and France.
If you're travelling in the opposite direction, then Klaipeda is the perfect entry point to eastern Europe, conveniently located within a short drive of Estonia, Latvia and Poland. 

Onboard Experience

During your crossing you can enjoy the fantastic choice of bars and restaurants, with self-service or à la carte dining, and great selection of beers, wines, spirits, and soft drinks. There's also our Kidz' Club for the little ones to enjoy, with games, toys, and activities to keep them occupied.

After browsing our onboard shop, you can relax in our comfortable lounge area, or even retire to your own private cabin with en suite facilities. For a little extra you could also upgrade to our Commodore class cabin for a truly comfortable and relaxing crossing.​



Kiel is one of Germany's most important port cities, both as a shipping and ferry terminal, but also for major international sailing and maritime events and festivals. The Kiel Regatta is the largest sailing event in the world, taking place every June, with thousands of boats and ships taking part. The city is also home to some beautiful architecture, such as the town hall and its Venetian-inspired tower, and the 13th century church in the old town.

There's also fantastic shopping to be had, as well as great restaurants serving traditional German fair and exciting contemporary cuisine.



Lithuania's third largest city, Klaipeda beautifully combines the old and ​the new, with its busy ferry port and historic Old Town. You can see the remains of its red brick castle, and its distinctive German-style architecture, as well as its busy port where ferries and cruise ships alike moor up. The Dane River runs through the city centre, flowing into the huge Curonian Lagoon.

The Old Town on the south side of the river is home to lots of shops and restaurants and bars, with great local produce and fresh seafood. There are also quirky museums and picturesque streets and squares to explore. ​


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It’s always a proud moment when you’re recognised for your good work, we’re honoured to have been named as Europe's and the World’s Leading Ferry Operator in the 2015 World Travel Awards. We've won these awards for 5 years running.​​