St Peter Line is a Russian operator based in St Petersburg, sailing across the Gulf of Finland and Baltic Sea to Estonia, Finland and Sweden, and is now part of Moby SPL Ltd.
As a relatively new venture, having been established in 2010, St Peter Line uses a contemporary, world-class ferry named Princess Anastasia. Having merged with the Italian operator Moby Lines in 2016, St Peter Line chartered its previous vessel, Princess Maria to the Mediterranean, which now sails between the Mediterranean islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Elba.
Remaining in the Baltic region, Princess Anastasia is both modern and stylish, with a huge passenger capacity of two and a half thousand, and a crew consisting of three hundred and fifty members. Making the long-haul journeys as manageable as possible, the ship boasts eight hundred and thirty four cabins, all fitted with individual showers, air-conditioning and plenty of clothing storage. The ship also offers excellent facilities including numerous restaurants and bars, a conference hall, cinema and a well-equipped children’s play area, as well as a swimming pool, gym and spa with a sauna, ideal for a wintery Baltic cruise.
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"Fast, cheap and simple"
Enjoying the view and the boat, a good workout and swim/sauna and healthy dinner and breakfast in the bread and coffee restaurant on deck 6 - good service, neat and clean cabins, friendly, safe and good personel and easy to find the way around the boat, also entertainment and shopping if needed. Good pricing for the journey! Of course, this is a 30 year old boat, but well maintained. We traveled with a car as a family of 4. This was the cheapest offer by far. Internet is extra but there is reception during the whole Stockholm archipelago.Read More Read Less
Great experience and nice travel by MobyRead More Read Less
"Mini Happy Cruise"
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"One nights journey"
The embankment was a farce really- one set of steep steps. Fellow passengers worried as they waited. Would they be able to lift their cases to the top? Cabins clearly signed, clean and sufficiently stocked. Quiet, slept well. Timings excellent. Staff in charge of cafes and restaurant had permanently lost smiles and could be quite rude sadly. We wished we'd taken our own food on board as we were not impressed by any choices or prices.Read More Read Less