The Last Ferry to Scandinavia

DFDS Harwich EsjbergWith the closure of the Newcastle to Bergen ferry in 2006, the Harwich to Esbjerg ferry operated by DFDS Seaways became the last remaining ferry route between the UK and Scandinavia.

Departing every other day from Harwich in the UK the m.s. DANA SIRENA sails the 20 hour journey overnight to Esbjerg on the west coast of Denmark. It then turns around and make the return journey back to the UK.

This makes the m.s. DANA SIRENA the last passenger ferry to Scandinavia for anyone living in Great Britain.

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Whatever your reason for wanting to sail to Scandinavia, the Esbjerg ferry is now the primary gateway to all of Scandinavia for Brits traveling with a car. As well as being the last ferry to Scandinavia it may also be the best ferry for those traveling to Germany, with no direct ferries to Germany available.

From Esbjerg you you can reach Northern Germany and Sweden with ease, through road and ferry links. You can also easily reach Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark as it is only a four hour drive from Esbjerg. From Copenhagen you can catch another DFDS daily ferry service from Denmark to Norway.

DFDS Seaways (formaly Scandinavaian Seaways) operate this ferry.

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