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Finnlines

Finnlines Ferry Routes

 
Frequency
Duration
 
1 crossing per week
60 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
349 hour crossing
7 crossings per week
21 hour crossing
7 crossings per week
20 hour crossing
4 crossings per week
27 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
201 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
34 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
224 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
65 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
69 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
45 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
7 hour crossing
4 crossings per week
30 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
86 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
110 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
12 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
33 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
66 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
45 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
32 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
33 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
33 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
105 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
13 hour crossing

Ferries to Poland, Finland, Sweden and Germany.

Finnlines started operating freight services in 1947 from Finland to the USA. In 1962 the operator first began carrying passengers between Germany and Finland. Since 1997 Finnlines has been part of the Grimaldi Group who now own more than 70% of the shares.

Over the years Finnlines has developed into a leading ship operator of ro-ro and passenger services in the Baltic and North Sea. Whether you travel on a ferry to Gdynia, to Helsinki or to Rostock or on routes such as Helsinki to Travemunde or on Naantali to Kapellskar, Finnlines’ modern freight ferries include a range of dedicated lounges, bars and restaurants and even saunas. Drivers get a berth in a cabin and meals included.

Map of Routes

MAP

Key Facts

  • Berth in cabin included
  • Fuel surcharges apply
  • Hazardous cargo accepted
  • Livestock accepted
  • Meals included
  • No show / late cancellation charges
  • Unaccompanied freight accepted
  • Check in time prior to departure: 2 hours
  • Max. no of drivers: 1 person
  • Drivers included in price: 1 driver

Please note, may not apply to all sailings. See details when booking.