Silja Line Ferries

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Silja Line Ferries ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Silja Line Ferries sailing to and from the ports of Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn, Rostock, Riga and Turku.

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About Silja Line Ferries

Silja Line, operated by Tallink Group, is a passenger shipping company linking various Scandinavian and Northern European cities, including Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn, Rostock, Riga and Turku. Boasting an array of modern and supremely comfortable ships, Silja Line carries many thousands of passengers each year.

The Silja Serenade handles daily services between Helsinki and Stockholm, with a short stop at Mariehamn of the Aland Islands. Altogether, the trip takes a little over 20 hours. The first part of the voyage, from Helsinki to Mariehamn, will last about 11 hours, docking at Stockholm the following morning.

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Onboard the vessel, a number of facilities are provided to make the passenger’s journey as comfortable, relaxing and entertaining as possible. Offering an enticing array of food, cabaret shows, a lively nightclub, sauna and many other amenities, the onboard journey is almost a getaway in itself.

The journey from Helsinki to Tallinn (Estonia) operates several times a day upon the Star and Superstar, which takes a little over two hours to complete. The Baltic Princess operates quicker services to Tallinn, taking about 1 hour, 30 minutes, sailing on a daily basis.

Silja Line Routes

Silja Line offers daily sailings, all year round between

  • Stockholm - Helsinki
  • Stockholm - Turku
  • Stockholm - Tallinn
  • Stockholm - Riga
  • Stockholm - Åland Islands
  • Helsinki - Tallinn
  • Helsinki - Åland Islands
  • Turku - Åland Islands
  • Tallinn - Åland Islands
  • Kappelskär - Paldiski (cargo)
  • Stockholm - Turku (cargo)
Silja Line Route Map

Silja Line (Tallink Silja Oy or Tallink Silja Line) is a Finnish shipping company owned as of 2006 by the Estonian ferry operator Tallink. Silja Line was previously owned by the shipping company Sea Containers LLC. Silja operates multiple ferry lines on the Baltic Sea. It is among the biggest operators transporting about five million passengers and over 300,000 cars every year.

Now that Silja is owned by Tallink many of the formerly branded Silja Line ferries now operate under the name Tallink Silja Line. Due to their simular routes Silja Lines biggest rival is Viking Line Ferries.

 


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