TT-Line Update - Coronavirus
TT-Line closely monitors the development of the coronavirus outbreak. TT-Line acts in accordance to the guidelines and instructions set by national and international health authorities. For your guidance please find below a short summary of the current operational restrictions:
Please note, that only staying for tourist purposes is not permitted in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein until the 19th of April 2020. Passing through to the ferry ports in Travemünde is still possible without any restrictions. Even if you come from Sweden, the onward journey / transit through above mentioned states is permitted.
Please note, that only staying for tourist purposes is not permitted in the federal state of Mecklenburg Western Pomerania until the 19th of April 2020. Passing through to the ferry ports in Rostock is still possible without any restrictions. Even if you come from Sweden, the onward journey / transit through above mentioned states is permitted.
freight and passage: sanitary control, it is mandatory to wear a face mask or other textile in all public places in Poland from 16.04.2020 until further notice
freight: no further restrictions
passage (1): only Polish citizens (until 3rd May)
freight: Sanitary control and location card should be filled out by the drivers. Drivers with a fever or other coronavirus symptoms will be stopped at the border.
passage: The passenger traffic to Lithuania is suspended by the Lithuanian government until 27.04.2020 24:00 hrs. Lithuanian passengers who booked their trips until 01.04.2020 are allowed to travel to Klaipėda. Additionally foreigners who are family members of the Lithuanian citizens i.e. parents, children, spouses, foster parents are also allowed to enter Lithuania. It is still possible to travel with TT-Line from Klaipėda to Sweden and Germany via Trelleborg and the timetable remains unchanged. The following restrictions are still in force: citizens of Lithuania shall not be allowed to leave the Republic of Lithuania, except the cases where they return to their permanent place of residence or go to their place of employment.
On board our ships, all passengers are instructed on how they can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.TT-Line has also intensified our on- board cleaning routines and pay careful attention to keeping all surface areas regularly cleaned. The coronavirus does not spread through the ventilation systems.