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Naantali- Kapellskär this is the alternative route fromTurku( Finland) to Stockholm( Sweden). The ferries are smaller as ferries from Turku but for me this is plus. Check in is going very fast. This ferry is cargo, therefore you have more trucks ( sometimes at winter...More
Travelled from Helsinki to Travemünde/Lübeck (departs 17:00 and arrives 21:30 local time next day). I have mixed feelings about this trip. You could say I basically endured it to get from A to B, much like plane travelling but with more room per person.
First time travelling from Germany to Finland. Eyewateringly expensive so did not book a cabin. Paid for a ‘recliner’ seat. Finnlines should be informed that a chair going back 5 cm does not make a chair a ‘recliner’ . Chairs old and worn with no...More
We took the Finnlady to and from Finland with our car and children this July 2018. Service to go onboard was excellent both in Finland as in Germany. This way of travelling is very smooth and relaxing!
But compared to the Siljaline cruise from Naantali...More
If you want to start your car holiday in Mid Europe smoothly, just travel with this ferry: there is time to relax and sleep, have good meals and get energised to drive autobahn after arrival to Travemunde.
We have traveller to Mid Europe several times...More
It takes 30 hours through the Baltic Sea, so don't try to save money booking a cabin without a window. The massage was a nice experience. The only point I'm not quite satisfied is a short and early dinner schedule:
the European dinner starts 7...More
The cabins are reasonable for sleeping. Pillows and mattress could be better, time to change. Food is really good, even too many variaties are available, risk to eat too much! Gym and sauna are free to use. Both are good.
Bar and coffeeshop are serving...More
Reception personal helpful and nice.
Newly renovated facilities on the ship are fine and clean. The space of the lobby is magnified by taking a part of the restaurant. There is also a gymnasium that can be used by passengers at 7 to 22 daily....More
This trip takes about 29 hours across the Baltic. We booked a 2 person outside cabin. It was small (As expected) but well appointed with 2 beds a TV s toilet sink and shower. Wi-Fi was available on deck 11 where the public areas were....More