Sea Lines to launch a two-ferry operation in Black Sea

May 24, 2024

Black Sea ferry operator Sea Lines has struck a landmark agreement with DP World.

This partnership will see Sea Lines launching operations from Constanta Port to Turkey’s strategic Karasu Port.

The Aland Island-based ferry company plans to run a daily RoPax service along this route, establishing a crucial trade corridor that links Turkey with Central Europe. This deal promises to enhance connectivity and boost economic ties between the two regions.

This year, Sea Lines is making a multi-million-euro investment in the Constanta-Karasu route with two RoPax ferries.

The first of these vessels, Urd, is set to embark on its maiden journey in July 2024. [URD fact sheet]

DP World, working collaboratively with Sea Lines, has invested in the new RoRo terminal in Constanta, Romania.

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