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The shipping company Stena Line - England and Scandinavia ferries

The Swedish shipping company Stena Line was founded in 1962 by Sten Allan Olsson and is considered one of the world’s largest ferry companies. To this day, the shipping company is family-owned and its headquarters are in Gothenburg. The Gothenburg-Skagen route marked the company’s entry into the passenger ferry business in its founding year. The success story continues to this day, with the company recording 448,000 passengers to its traditional Kiel-Gothenburg route for 2019. Stena Line’s fleet currently consists of 36 ferries. In the future, the company plans to expand its short-haul and group travel segments as well as its rail-based freight business.

Stena Line ferry Skane leaves the port of Rostock for Trelleborg in Sweden.

Stena Line Fähre Skane


Comfortably and conveniently to your destination!

While you relax to sun deck with a cup of coffee or a drink and let the sea breeze blow around your nose, your ferry will bring you safely to your destination. In addition to a delicious menu selection, an all-inclusive buffet awaits you in the onboard restaurant. The shipping company deliberately focuses to sustainability and serves only organic milk, fair trade coffee, free-range eggs and MSC-certified fish. Afterwards, the ship’s shop invites you to go shopping, and the entertainment programme and mascot Happy ensure that even the little ones will not to bored while romping around in the play area. In the evening, music, dance and entertainment provide the best entertainment and amusement to many routes.

Stena Line Fähre Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Rostock harbour

If you choose afromon to crossing, you can choose between Economy, Standard, Comfort, Premium and Captain’s Class cabins. Whether single, double or family cabin, whether inside or outside cabin, whether standard or luxury: the comfortablefromensure that you start your holiday well rested and relaxed. Wheelchair users will also be pleased with the barrier-free facilities, and pet owners will enjoy the designated pet cabins and walking areas.

Stena Line Fähre Stena Estrid

Stena Estrid

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Major Stena Line ferry routes

Stena Line operates to 16 routes and connects Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Latvia and Poland with its Baltic ferries. Other routes connect Holland and France with Great Britain and Ireland. The Irish Sea is also served by Stena Line. On the short routes, the ferries sometimes from several times a day. There is enough space for motorcycles, cars and campers. A maximum length of twelve metres applies to motorhomes. So your holiday can start relaxed, without traffic jams, tiring night drives or worries about luggage. Flexible fares allow crossings for every budget and can be freely combined for outward and return journeys. If the day and time of travel are already fixed, you can choose the cheapest option with the Economy fare. The Flexi-Ticket, on the other hand, offers more room for manoeuvre. If you invest in the Premium tariff, you can expect maximum comfort and flexibility.


Current Stena Line ferry connections

These are the current ferry connections from Stena Line:

Route Country of origin & country of destination Number & Duration Book a ferry
Ferry Belfast – Cairnryan Northern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United KingdomScotland, Great Britain 12 times a day
2 hours 15 minutes
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Ferry Belfast – Liverpool Birkenhead Northern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United KingdomEngland, Great Britain 4 times a day
8 hours
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Ferry Cairnryan – Belfast Scotland, Great BritainNorthern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United Kingdom 12 times a day
2 hours 15 minutes
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Ferry Cherbourg – Rosslare France, Channel Ferries NormandyIreland, Irish Sea Ferries 6 times a week
approx. 17 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Dublin – Holyhead Ireland, Irish Sea FerriesWales, Great Britain 8 times a day
approx. 3 hours 15 minutes
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Ferry Fishguard – Rosslare Wales, Great BritainIreland, Irish Sea Ferries 4 times a day
3 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Frederikshavn – Gothenburg DenmarkSweden up to 7 times a day
3 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Gdynia – Karlskrona PolandSweden 6 times a day
approx. 10 hours
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Ferry Gothenburg – Frederikshavn SwedenDenmark up to 7 times a day
approx. 3 hours 15 minutes
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Ferry Gothenburg – Kiel SwedenGermany 7 times a week
approx. 14 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Grenaa – Halmstad DenmarkSweden 14 times a week
4 hours 35 minutes
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Ferry Halmstad – Grenaa SwedenDenmark 14 times a week
4 hours 35 minutes
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Ferry Harwich – Hook of Holland England, North Sea Ferries, Great BritainHolland, North Sea Ferries 4 times a day
approx. 9 hours
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Ferry Hoek van Holland – Harwich Holland, North Sea FerriesEngland, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 4 times a day
6 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Holyhead – Dublin Wales, Great BritainIreland, Irish Sea Ferries 8 times a day
approx. 3 hours 15 minutes
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Ferry Karlskrona – Gdynia SwedenPoland 6 times a day
approx. 10 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Kiel – Gothenburg GermanySweden 7 times a week
approx. 14 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Liepaja – Travemünde LatviaGermany 6 times a week
about 19 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Liverpool Birkenhead – Belfast England, Great BritainNorthern Ireland, Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries, United Kingdom 4 times a day
8 hours
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Ferry Nynashamn – Ventspils SwedenLatvia 4 times a day
approx. 10 hours
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Ferry Rosslare – Cherbourg Ireland, Irish Sea FerriesFrance, Channel Ferries, Normandy 6 times a week
18 hours
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Ferry Rosslare – Fishguard Ireland, Irish Sea FerriesWales, Great Britain 4 times a day
3 hours 30 minutes
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Ferry Rostock – Trelleborg GermanySweden up to 8 times a day
approx. 6 hours
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Ferry Travemünde – Liepaja GermanyLatvia 6 times a week
approx. 21 hours
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Ferry Trelleborg – Rostock SwedenGermany 4 times a day
6 hours
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Ferry Ventspils – Nynashamn LatviaSweden 12 times a week
About 7 hours 30 minutes
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Everything you need to know about Stena Line!

Stena Line Extra Club

Stena Line Extra is the bonus programme where you as a member can secure advantages by collecting points. These include, among other things, exclusive extra offers on board or a reduction of the travel price when booking the next Stena Line connection.
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Stena Line voucher

With the Stena Line gift voucher you can give your loved ones a present, say thank you or experience unforgettable moments together. With the voucher, the recipient can choose between many different travel experiences such as simple ferry passages, city trips, mini-trips or other experiences with Stena Line.
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Stena Linefrom& Suites

The Stena Line routes take you to Scandinavia, Great Britain, Ireland and the Baltic States. On longer passages it is recommended to book afrom. In addition to the fromon-board programme, you can enjoy a private retreat in thefromand suites, where you can spend your crossing in a pleasant atmosphere.
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Stena Line Contact

Do you have a question about your booked Stena Line trip or would you like to ask details about your crossing or the equipment of the ferry before booking? Then you will find here an overview of the accessibility and the most important Stena Line contact details.
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Stena Line Tickets

Stena Line offers customers a choice of three different fare models: Economy, Flexi and Premium. We inform you about to differences on our page about tickets & tariffs.
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