"gladly again "
Reviewed 09 January 2014 by Matthias
My expectations are met with Stena Line and I am fully satisfied with this ferry service.
'Matthias' travelled Sassnitz Trelleborg with Stena Line on Sassnitz
Reviewed 02 January 2014 by Ju Hyun
vessel was quite big and enough for plenty of cars. The time was little delayed around 10~20 minutes for round trip. Facility was good and I enjoyed it !!
'Ju Hyun' travelled Sassnitz Trelleborg with Stena Line on Sassnitz
"Trelleborg better than "Sassnitz" "
Reviewed 02 September 2013 by Thomas
The "Trelleborg" on the return trip was in terms of cleanliness and restaurantss and food-offer way ahead when compared to the Sassnitz.
'Thomas' travelled Sassnitz Trelleborg with Stena Line
"Crossing from Sassnitz to Trelleborg and back! "
Reviewed 02 September 2013 by Sven
I must say, for me it was the first time and has everything worked out great! The ferry is on time off and punctually arrived! The toilets are a bit dated and could be a little cleaner! The rest of the ship was fine and clean. What I find, however, somewhat exaggerated, is the coffee-price of 3.05 € for the cup! I think the prices would be somewhat more moderate, even more people would eat and drink! On the Mass then probably still more profit would be made, as if only a few buy the expensive! Otherwise, I really liked and was for me the driver, a nice relaxation phase at a moderate price! Would never drive differently to Sweden!
'Sven' travelled Sassnitz Trelleborg with Stena Line on Trelleborg
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Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Sassnitz Trelleborg route is a car and 2 passengers.
|Rostock - Trelleborg with Stena Line - 3 Sailings Daily / 6 hour crossing|
|Rostock - Trelleborg with TT Line - 20 Sailings Weekly / 6 hour 15 minute crossing|
|Travemunde - Trelleborg with TT Line - 16 Sailings Weekly / 7 hour 45 minute crossing|
|Travemunde - Malmo with Finnlines - 18 Sailings Weekly / 8 hour 45 minute crossing|
Sassnitz is a town on the Jasmund peninsula, Rügen Island, in the Federal State of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. "To visit Ruegen means to visit Sassnitz", the writer Fontane told his Effie Briest. In fact, Sassnitz was the first seaside resort on Ruegen. The city has a 1,444 km. long harbour wall, the longest in Europe. It gives a certain air of permanency to the harbour, where passenger ships, sports boats and a small fishing fleet all dock. The city borders on the Jasmund National Park and its picturesque chalk coastline, the Koenigsstuhl. In addition to regular ferry traffic the volume of general and bulk cargo has increased continually over the past years. This is atrributable mainly to the favourable nautical conditions at the port, such as deep waters, no river journeys, no pilot or tug fees. Enhancing this the port has acquired the most modern transhipment equipment guaranteeing utmost effectiveness.
Trelleborg is a city in Skåne in southernmost Sweden. Trelleborg has been populated for at least one thousand years. In the 10th century or earlier, a Trelleborg (ring fortress) was built by Danish Vikings. It was rediscovered in the 1990's, and rebuilt, and now it hosts activities every summer. The first written mention of Trelleborg, in the scarce Swedish medieval sources, is from 1257, when Trelleborg and the adjacent city Malmö where presented as a wedding gift from the Danish royal family to the Swedish Prince Valdemar. It was soon reconquered by the Danes and it belonged to Denmark until 1658, when the entire district Terra Scania was lost to Sweden in a war. In the medieval times, Trelleborg became an important merchant city as merchants from Germany came to trade herring. In April 1619, the Danish King decided that one merchant city on the coastal line was sufficient and revoked Trelleborg's status as a merchant city to favour Malmö.