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Loading was timely and safe, departure and arrival punctual, and deboarding went smoothly. If you take a car and are one of the 1st loaded, expect it to take 45-60 minutes to off-load.Read More Read Less
"Estonia to Sweden"
A smooth crossing in a very nice ship overnight to Sweden. Very clean and well appointed cabin and great very reasonably priced breakfast. My only criticism would be the check in at Paldiski, better signage for the directions to the DFDS check in would be helpful.Read More Read Less
"Nice and smooth "
Clean and comfortable cabin, all just in time. All like it should beRead More Read Less
The Paldiski Kapellskar ferry route connects Estonia with Sweden. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, DFDS Seaways. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 10 hours 30 minutes.
Paldiski Kapellskar sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
The Estonian town and port of Paldiski is located on the Baltic Sea coast on the Pakri Peninsular, in the north west of the country. Originally a Swedish settlement called Ragervik, the town became a Russian naval base in the 18th century. Characterised by many derelict Soviet style apartment buildings, the town is around 45 km to the west of Tallinn but is inhabited by many ethnic Russians. In the early part of the 1960's the town became a Soviet Navy nuclear submarine training centre and now has two nuclear reactors that employ some 16,000 people. Due to its strategic importance, the town was entirely closed off with barbed wire until the final Russian warship departed in 1994.
The town's two ports have received a large investment boost in recent years with the introduction of new berths and passenger facilities. From the port, ferry services depart to Hanko in Finland, Lubeck in Germany and Kapellskar in Sweden.
The Swedish town of Kapellskar lies on the Baltic Sea coast and is located roughly 90 km to the north of Stockholm. The town's port is the most northerly port in the Ports of Stockholm and is one of Sweden's largest roll-on roll-off ports and is an important gateway for passengers travelling to Finland, Russia, Norway and the Baltics.
Kapellskar is located in Norrtalje Municipality in the east central region of Sweden and is the largest and most northern municipality of Stockholm County and was created by the amalgamation of a number of former municipalities in 1971. Many of the region's houses are summer cottages, and due to its location on the Stockholm Archipelago it is popular with visitors, especially from Stockholm.
The port has a very short approach route making it very attractive for fast sailings and turnarounds to Finland, Estonia and Åland and is served by a regular passenger ferry service to Mariehamn, Naantall and Paldiski. Check-In closes 1 hour before departure.