The only direct route from the UK to Denmark is Immingham to Esbjerg with DFDS. There are six crossings per week with each crossing taking approximately 18 hours.
Is there a passenger ferry from UK to Denmark?
Although we no longer offer ferries to Denmark from the UK directly, there are still a number of convenient ways to get to Scandinavia from the UK using our other routes. DFDS offer a number of North Sea passenger ferry routes, including three crossings to Scandinavia.
The route ended in September 2014 after 139 years. The company cited dwindling passenger numbers and new environmental regulations as the reasons. So there is no ferry link between the UK to Scandinavia anymore.
How do you get from Denmark to Scotland?
The best way to get from Scotland to Denmark is to fly which takes 4h 38m and costs £15 – £110. Alternatively, you can train via London, which costs £340 – £1,000 and takes 22h 6m, you could also bus, which costs £100 – £150 and takes 33h 55m.
Can you take a boat to Denmark?
There are many ferries that run to Denmark, from Norway, Sweden and Germany, so there is no shortage of ferries to pick from when travelling to Denmark, with up to 560 ferries running per week across 11 routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
Can you get a ferry from Scotland to Norway?
Is there a ferry to Norway from the UK? … The advent of cheap flights means there are currently no direct ferry routes between the UK and Scandinavia.
Is there a car ferry from Scotland to Norway?
By ferry from the UK
There are currently no car ferries from the UK to Norway; the nearest you’ll get is Esbjerg in Denmark, about 900km (around 10hr) by road from Oslo, with DFDS Seaways (wdfdsseaways.co.uk) from Harwich.