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Harwich to Esbjerg ferry route

DFDS Seaways operate up to 4 ferries to Denmark, Esbjerg each week. The crossing is overnight and has a duration of 18 hours port to port.

Operator Frequency Duration
DFDS Seaways Up to 4 per week 18 hours Bookit


As well as the Columbus Lounge on board the route to Esbjerg there are two, four, five and six berth inside and outside cabins available. Some of the cabins are suitable for disabled passengers.

On Board Facilities and Information

The steakhouse restaurant is a popular place to eat for passengers on this route, providing something different from the café, bar and buffet restaurant also on board. For more formal dining there is an a la carte restaurant on board as well.

More about Esbjerg

Esbjerg is the fifth largest city in Denmark, with a population close to 75,000. The town was once Denmark's biggest fishing port, and although Esbjerg no longer holds that distinction, sea trade remains the main economic driver in the city. The port has daily sailings to and from Harwich in the UK.

Despite being Denmark's fifth largest city, Esbjerg is relatively small. There are a few exceptional places to stay, and inexpensive places to eat, with cuisines to suit most international tastes. Esbjerg is something of a shopping metropolis, with two main pedestrianized streets – Kongensgade and Torvegade – which converge at the town's main square.

Also in the centre of Esbjerg you will find the street named Skolegade, which is where most of the city's bars and clubs are located. You can stay at one of the handful of hotels in the centre of Esbjerg, or try camping. Esbjerg has succeeded in preserving the area's natural beauty and you can take a stroll around one of the city's many parks, or visit the tiny island of Fanø which is only a ten-minute ferry crossing away.

Finally, if you don't mind the journey you can visit the town of Billund, home of the original Legoland.

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