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Ahh the Danes know how to run a smooth ship (excuse the pun). Arrived without booking, paid, sat in a cue with wifi that was brilliant. So we caught up on our mail until directed into the ferry. We had a bite to eat and...More
This was our third ferry ride on our Baltic drive. Only 45 minutes sailing on a bright sunny morning from the Ferry Port at Rodby. A smooth crossing watching the lovely view from the white windowed breakfast room. We bought wine in the shop with...More
We took the ferry from puttgarten to Rodby at around 8 pm a Sunday evening, hoping to have a decent dinner on board to be able to continue our long drive directly after we arrived. Scandline offered a buffet, advertised as hot and cold Scandinavian...More
This is a summary of my feelings for being overwhelmed by what took place to me and the train I was taking to Copenhagen as part of the Scandinavian ferry crossing from Puttgarden in German to Rodbyhavrn inDenmark. I can remember this experience and all...More
As we were driving through Denmark on our way home, we want to try the ferry. I had heard about the queues via trip advisor but thought we would risk it. We drove straight down the motorway straight to the ferry terminal without any queues....More
It's a bit odd to see this under "attractions". There's no attraction, it's just a way to get across the water to Germany.
We traveled on July 14th. Apparently one of the four ferries that services this route was out of commission that day. I...More
Off season it works fine but is overpriced. Peak season lines are horrendous even with booked times. Can easily wait hours for no other reason that ticketing takes for ever. I always pay the 15 eur extra for vip. This secured a spot in front...More
Okay, maybe I'm spoiled because I'm from a place where ferry travel is a way of life. But this is the longest, slowest line ever. Oh, and it is also the most expensive. I should have just driven around. 2 hours beyond my ticketed sailing...More
Traveling from Copenhagen to Denmark. Had to cross the Baltic Sea on a ferry. Whole train drove right onto the ferry.
Then train passengers, like car passengers walk up to the level with buffet, duty free, shops.
Fun and a first time for me. Fun...More