The Tallink group announces canceled traffic on several lines, due to the ongoing spread of coronavirus. This is to ensure the health and safety of the people around the Baltic Sea.

Due to the state of emergency that has been introduced in Estonia, traffic is now suspended until further notice on the Tallinn – Stockholm route with the passenger ferries Baltic Queen and Victoria I beginning Sunday, March 15, 2020.

Baltic Queen

On Saturday, March 14, the Baltic Queen will depart from Stockholm according to a timetable. All departures from March 15, 2020 are canceled until further notice. On Saturday, March 14, only passengers with a single ticket and passengers who embarked on a cruise on board the Baltic Queen from Tallinn on Friday, March 13 will travel back to Tallinn with this vessel.

From Sunday, March 15, the Baltic Queen will remain in Tallinn until the company decides to resume traffic with passenger ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm.

Victoria I

On Saturday, March 14, Victoria I will depart from Tallinn according to a timetable. On Saturday, March 14, only passengers with a single ticket and passengers who started a cruise aboard Victoria I from Stockholm will travel back to Stockholm with this vessel on Friday, March 13.

Victoria I, press image. Photo: Marko Stampehl.

From Stockholm only passengers with a single ticket can travel by ship to Tallinn. Victoria I will also remain in Tallinn until the company decides to resume traffic with passenger ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm.

Regal Star

The company's vessel Regal Star, which operates the Paldiski – Kapellskär line, will continue to operate traffic between Estonia and Sweden to ensure the transport of goods. The vessel will operate in accordance with an unspecified schedule.

Regal Star, press image (sinisilm).

Tallink Silja will contact customers affected by canceled traffic as soon as possible. Unlike other shipping companies, Tallink also urges its travelers to contact the company's customer service to change their bookings. Traffic will resume after the risk areas change.

Riga route

Traffic on the Riga-Stockholm route with the Romantika and Isabelle passenger ferries will also be suspended from Monday 16 March 2020.

The company's ship Romance will arrive in Riga on Sunday, March 15, 2020 according to timetable. All departures with Romance from March 15 are canceled until further notice. Romance will remain in Riga until the company decides to resume traffic with passenger ferries between Riga and Stockholm.

Romance, press image (photo: Magnus Rietz).

On Sunday, March 15, the company's ship Isabelle will depart from Stockholm according to a timetable. Only passengers with a single ticket and passengers who embarked on a cruise aboard Isabelle from Riga on Saturday 14 March are allowed to travel back to Riga by ship. All departures from March 16, 2020 with Isabelle are canceled until further notice. Isabelle will also remain in Riga until the company decides to resume traffic with passenger ferries between Riga and Stockholm.

Isabelle, press image.

Freight transport will continue on the company's route between Paldiski-Kapellskär with Regal Star, provided that the Estonia-Latvia border is kept open.

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