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Direct Ferries provide a choice of 13 different return routes, from 12 separate ports, across seven different countries, all on the Baltic Sea. Our wide variety of Baltic ferry routes include crossings from Germany, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Russia, Poland and Latvia This allows you to reach every corner of the Baltic region with us. The journeys range from short two hour trips to 26 hour excursions, with plenty in between, meaning there’s something for everyone.
You’ll be spoilt for choice with up to 35 weekly sailings to choose from, all along the UK’s east coastline across to mainland Europe, all year round.
Seven ferry operators offer Baltic travel options with modern state of the art ships. These include Finnlines, Stena Line, Tallink Silja Line, Viking Line, St Peter Line, Wasaline and Eckero Line. The routes go as far north as Umea and Vaasa, which links Sweden with Finland, across the Gulf of Bothnia. In the south west corner of the Baltic you’ll find Travemunde, providing a ferry journey right through the heart of the Baltic Sea, joining north Germany to Helsinki in the south of Finland.
From Sweden, as well as travelling across to Finland, you’ll have options to sail to the Latvian capital of Riga, Tallinn in Estonia, Russia’s second city St Petersburg and to Gdynia in the north of Poland. We also provide services across the Gulf of Finland travelling on the popular Helsinki Tallinn ferry route, with ferries also linking both these cities east to Russia.
Direct Ferries is your one stop shop for Baltic ferry tickets and the best place to find travel options across central and eastern Europe by sea. With a huge range of ports, routes and even countries, you are bound to find the journey to suit you. Use our handy search tool and choose a time and price to suit your schedule and budget. Don’t delay, your Baltic Sea trip awaits.