New Poland-Sweden ferry service

As of 10 April 2024, Finnlines' ro-pax Finnfellow will be sailing between the ports of Malmö and Świnoujście on a daily basis.

The 2000-built ferry, previously serving the Malmö-Travemünde crossing, offers room for 440 passengers and 3,099 lane metres for cargo.

Morning arrivals & departures will take place in the Swedish seaport, while Finnfellow will arrive & leave the Polish one in the evenings.

"The launch of a new route will benefit Swedish and Polish exports and imports and expands Finnlines' operations outside Finland, as well as confirming Finnlines' commitment to Polish security of supply by calling both the Port of Gdynia and soon the Port of Świnoujście. We have already strengthened the shore organization and opened an office in Świnoujście," Antonio Raimo, Line Manager at Finnlines, commented.

Marco Palmu, Head of Finnlines Passenger Services, added, "Finnlines has prepared the launch of a new line between Sweden and Poland thoroughly. We can offer spacious decks for cars and freight. Passengers and drivers have a quick and easy entrance to the accommodation. The sea voyage will surely be comfortable."

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