- Move the mouse over the ports of departure to see all possible routes.
- Click onto the port and a list of all available routes will be generated. In this list the blue booking symbol will lead to online booking or detailed route information.
- A second click on the port disables the fixed route.
- Zoom the map in order to see more and smaller ports.
- Lines: black = ferry / blue = freight ferry / green = train / dashed = ferry in seasonal operation
Book ferries online to Sweden, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania or Germany
Find your ferry quickly and easily to Sweden, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania or Germany
The Baltic Sea is the largest brackish water sea in the world. Nine different countries border the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Russia and Poland. The Baltic region is rich with islands, archipelagoes and strings of islands, e.g. Bornholm, Gotland and the Aland Islands. Numerous ferry lines connect the most important ports in the Baltic Sea with each other.
Numerous ferry companies connect the most important ports in the Baltic Sea region with their ferries.
The TT Line is a reasonably priced and convenient connection between the ports in Sweden and Germany. The ferries of Finnlines will bring you to the ports of Sweden, Germany and Finland. Visit the most beautiful cities of the northern Baltic Sea with the cruise ships of Tallink Silja and take visa-free cruises between Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and St. Petersburg with the St. Peter Line. The ferries of DFDS Seaways take you to Denmark, Norway, Germany, Sweden und Lithuania. With one of the modern Color Line Ferries you can travel in a comfortable and luxurious fashion to Norway. One of the ferries of the Viking Line, however, will get you to your destiny in Sweden, Aland, Finland or Estonia. The Scandlines ferries run the Baltic Sea highway from Germany to Denmark and Sweden.