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St Petersburg


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Freight ferries from Russia to Germany

St Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and is located on the Neva River, at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea making it an important Russian port.

The port is recently finished with state of the art facilities, it has space to dock 67 cruise ships and brings in 150,000 passengers to the city a year. The cargo port has a constant turn over of goods including: metals, minerals, chemicals and coal and reaches an excess of 60,000 tonnes a year.

Ferry Routes to St Petersburg

2 crossings per week
130 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
66 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
52 hour crossing

Ferry Routes from St Petersburg

3 crossings per week
10 hour crossing
1 crossing per week
85 hour crossing
2 crossings per week
79 hour crossing

St Petersburg Details


10 Gapsalskaya Str., St. Petersburg 198035, Russia





24 Hour Parking



Port taxes paid locally

Alternative Ports