Tallink Grupp has announced that due to the coronavirus situation around the Baltic Sea the company will suspend operating the following routes:

  • Tallinn-Stockholm: Baltic Queen and Victoria I no traffic from 15 March 2020 onwards
  • Riga- Stockholm: Romantika and Isabelle no traffic from 16 March 2020 onwards
  • Silja Europa no departures on Tallinn-Helsinki from 17 March 2020 onwards
  • Helsinki-Stockholm: Silja Serenade and Silja Symphony from 19 March onwards

Cargo transportation will continue between Estonia-Finland and Estonia-Sweden as follows:

  • Tallinn-Helsinki with Megastar
  • Tallinn-Vuosaari with Sea Wind
  • Paldiski-Kapellskär with Regal Star, operating with a non-fixed schedule

Tallink Grupp will start operating its vessel Star temporarily between Estonia and Germany from Thursday, 19 March 2020 to ensure transportation of goods between Estonia and western Europe.

Tallink Grupp reroutes vessels Baltic Princess and Galaxy back to Turku-Stockholm route, via Långnäs in Aland, starting from 23 March 2020.

Victoria I will make two return trips on the Tallinn-Helsinki route on Thursday, 2 April and Friday, 3 April to ensure there is temporarily additional cargo capacity on the route.


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Tallink Silja Cargo transports your cargo units with Tallink's and Silja Line's passenger and cargo vessels between Finland, Estonia, Sweden and Latvia.

We guarantee fast, reliable transports of trucks, trailers, containers, machines, factory cars etc. from port to port. On our cargo vessels we transport only cargo units.

Tallink Silja Cargo is an efficient and flexible co-operator for all your transports.

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