Baltic ferry routes 

ideal if you are travelling to eastern Europe

The three Baltic routes are economical alternatives to flights and enable you travel with your vehicle to the Eastern European countries of Estonia and Lithuania. 
The Kiel to Klaipeda route links Germany with Lithuania, the Karlshamn​​ to Klaipeda ferry route links Sweden with Lithuania, and the Kapellskär to​ Paldiski​ (Stockholm and Tallinn, the countries respective capitals, are nearby) route links Sweden with Estonia. 
The three Baltic sea ferry routes all offer a range of excellent on board facilities to ensure you have a relaxed and comfortable crossing.

Please note that you can not travel without a vehicle on the Kapellskär to Paldiski route (Stockholm to Tallinn). 

Food & beverage

With a selection of restaurants (including buffet restaurants), cafés, and bars on board the Baltic Sea ferries, there's something to suit every taste ​and budget.

F​amily​​​​ travel

There's plenty on board to keep the children entertained, from special meals in the restaurants to play areas with toys, games, and cartoons.​​​​

On board shop​​p​ing

Choose from a selection of traditional at sea products including fragrances, cosmetics, skin care, confectionary, liquor, and tobacco, all at great prices.


Accommodation options range from economy to the luxurious Commodore de Luxe class.
You also have the option to sit back and relax in a soft, reclining armchair at a low cost.​​
If traveling with your pet, pet-friendly cabins are available​.​


Terms and Conditions​ apply. Prices are subject to availability. All listed ​prices are inclusive of charges and taxes. Cred​it card fees apply for card issues outside the EU. Booking fees of €10 per online booking and €20 per telephone booking apply. Please note: Maximum 9 people for online bookings. Travelling with more than 9 people? Please contact customer service​.