Viking Line: Ferries, Tickets & Info
Viking Line is a company founded in 1959 and headquartered in Finland. The company provides passenger and cargo carrier services in the Baltic Sea.
Destinations & ferry itineraries
Viking Line operates on ferry routes between Finland, Sweden, the Åland Islands, and Estonia.
Some indicative ferry routes served by Viking Line are:
- Turku - Mariehamn
- Helsinki - Mariehamn
- Helsinki - Tallinn
- Långnäs - Stockholm
Ferry routes are active year-round.
Viking Line fleet & ships
Viking Line's fleet consists of 7 passenger vessels. Some indicative vessels are: Amorella, Viking Cinderella, Viking Glory, and Rosella.
In fact, the company’s vessel Viking Grace is the most environmentally friendly ship in the Baltic Sea, since it runs on completely sulfur-free liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The company's ferries offer a wide range of facilities for passengers, such as restaurants, bars, shops, saunas, playrooms, and swimming pools.
Viking Line: Discounts & Offers
The ferry company Viking Line offers special discounts for specific passenger categories, including:
- Eurail and Interrail Pass holders
Note: children up to 5 years travel for free.
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Viking Line special amenities & facilities
On Viking Line ferries pets are allowed at an additional charge. The pets are requested to remain at the outside deck areas of the vessels as long as they are on a leash or kept in a carrier. They can also stay in cabins.
Either way, a pet passport is compulsory for all passengers traveling with pets, so make sure to bring it with you.
Moreover, the company is equipped with Fotonit® photocatalytic coating, in order to control the spread of microbes and enhance sustainability.
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