Tallink Grupp statistics for February

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  • +51.3% passengers = 355,796
  • +11.0% passenger vehicles = 50,259
  • -18.7% freight units = 26,784


  • GALAXY stopped sailing Turku – Stockholm in September 2022 due to a charter contract.
  • SILJA SERENADE and SILJA SYMPHONY didn’t sail on the Helsinki – Stockholm route for 17 days due to annual maintenance.
  • MYSTAR was added to Tallinn – Helsinki route, leading to an increase in sailings.
  • SEA WIND freight ferry was sold in April 2022.  She sailed on the Muuga – Vuosaari route.
  • SILJA EUROPA stopped sailing on the Tallinn – Helsinki route in August 2022 due to a charter contract.

Corsica Linea took delivery of A GALEOTTA

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Corsica Linea took delivery of the new LNG-powered RoPax named A GALEOTTA, built by Cantiere Navale Visentini shipyard in Porto Viro.

The vessel will have the capacity to accommodate 650 passengers and 2,560 lane meters of freight. Also, the ship will be able to carry 150 cars on a separate deck.

Corsica Linea’s ferries provide year-round services from Marseille, the main trading port in France to the Mediterranean island of Corsica. The vessel is to be deployed on the route linking Marseille and Ajaccio / Bastia.

Dutch firm Titan will bunker Corsica Linea’s first LNG-powered RoPax in Marseille, as part of a deal revealed in January this year. Titan will first provide truck-to-ship operations until its 4,500 m3 LNG bunkering vessel KRIOS arrives.

AS Tallink Grupp Statistics for October 2022

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AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for October 2022 were the following:


October results reflect operations of Turku-Kapellskär and Helsinki-Stockholm routes. The cruise ferry GALAXY stopped operating on the Turku-Stockholm route in September 2022 due to a charter contract.


October results reflect operations of shuttle services.


October results reflect operations of Tallinn-Stockholm and Paldiski-Kapellskär routes. The cargo ship SAILOR underwent maintenance works until October 28, 2022.

Tallink July 2020 Statistics Show Recovery

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Tallink transported a total of 617,206 passengers in July. That is half of last year’s July, but more than double of June 2020.

The number of cargo units transported on all the company’s vessels in July 2020 decreased by 2.9% and amounted to 29,108 cargo units.

The greatest reductions in the number of cargo units transported have been on the Latvia-Sweden and Estonia-Sweden routes.

On the Estonia-Finland and Finland-Sweden routes cargo transportation, however, actually increased in July compared to July 2019, 2.4% and 7.1% respectively.

The total number of passenger vehicles transported in July this year also decreased: 118,167 vehicles (155,297 in July 2019).

Normal route operations, comparable at least to some extent to previous years, continued only on Tallinn-Helsinki, Muuga-Vuosaari, Paldiski-Kapellskär and Turku-Stockholm routes.

Tallinn-Stockholm and Helsinki-Stockholm routes were and currently still are suspended completely and the Riga-Stockholm route only operated four limited capacity special trips during the month.

At the same time, the company operated a number of new temporary routes and several additional special cruises during the month, which helped recover passenger numbers at least to some extent. New temporary routes such as Helsinki-Riga, Turku-Tallinn, Stockholm-Visby, a number of special cruises from Tallinn via Helsinki to Aland and one special cruise from Helsinki to Saaremaa, all proved popular with the customers and have enabled travellers around the Baltic sea to travel safely close to home this summer.


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AS Tallink Grupp Statistics For February 2019

In February 2019 AS Tallink Grupp transported 620,006 passengers, which is a 0.4% decrease compared to February 2018. The number of cargo units increased by 1.1% to 29,115 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 1.2% to 66,835 units in the same comparison.