Current information about changes due to Corona virus
CHANGING AND CANCELLATIONS OF BOOKINGS
LATEST ROUTE TRAFFIC PLAN
IMPORTANT TRAVEL ADVICE REGARDING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
LATEST UPDATES AND CONTACT NUMBERS ON OFFICIAL HEALTH AUTHORITY WEB PAGES
- We will contact all customers affected by cancelled departures. You can check and update your contact details for current booking / ticket by visiting the "My Booking" section on our website. By doing this you ensure that we can contact you quickly when we need to.
- We are providing our customers more flexibility during these extraordinary times due to Covid-19 situation. Read exceptional terms for changing existing bookings for cancelled routes →
- Tallink Grupp follows very closely the instructions and recommendations of each respective country where our vessels operate. You can read all the latest press releases on Tallink Grupp's Press center.
- We are opening sales and making plans for new services and products continuously as the situation changes in our destination countries.
ROUTES IN OPERATION:
- HELSINKI-TALLINN and v.v., several departures daily with fast ferries Megastar & Star
- HELSINKI-TALLINN-HELSINKI 22h overnight cruise with Silja Europa
- HELSINKI-STOCKHOLM: with Silja Symphony
- TURKU-ÅLAND-STOCKHOLM and v.v daily morning & evening departures with Baltic Princess & Galaxy
- TALLINN-STOCKHOLM with Baltic Queen, departure every other day
ROUTES PARTIALLY SUSPENDED (for regular passenger traffic):
- TALLINN-STOCKHOLM: Victoria I is currently suspended from traffic until 8 April 2022.
Baltic Queen operates until 11.01.2022, last departure from Stockholm 10.01.2022, scheduled to start in Tallinn-Stockholm route from 18.02.2022, first departure 18.02.2022 from Tallinn
- RIGA-STOCKHOLM: Estimated to open traffic in Spring 2022 April 6th with Isabelle.
- HELSINKI-STOCKHOLM: Silja Serenade operates until 10.01.2022, last departure from Stockholm 09.01.2022, scheduled to start in Helsinki -Stockholm route from 25.03.2022, first departure 25.03.2022 from Helsinki
- Check detailed timetables
Due to covid-19 pandemic destination countries may have their own restrictions and conditions on entry for travellers. Please check the government websites if you are allowed to cross the border. Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change on a short notice. As a traveller you are responsible for ensuring that you fulfill the requirements of your destination and possible transit country.
Be prepared to present at least one of these medical certificates:
- Certificate of full vaccination against COVID-19 (EU accepted vaccine)
- Certificate of 1st jab of vaccination against COVID-19 (EU accepted vaccine) no later than 14 days before the trip
- Certificate of a negative test result of COVID-19 infection no older than 48 hours
- Certificate of recovery from COVID-19 within the past 6 months
Please note restrictions may vary depending on each country and nationality! For example to Sweden all foreign travellers need to present max 48 hour negative test results as of 28.12.2021.
TRAVELLING TO ESTONIA
- Read more from Ministry of Foreign affairs: https://vm.ee/en & Visit Estonia
- Updated information about restrictions on movement for passengers arriving in Estonia: Read more →
- Restrictions in force in Estonia: Read more →
- Crossing the Estonian border: Read more →
- The TERVISEAMET web service guides you filling in the passenger locator form before entering Estonia. From 1.12.2021 all persons entering Estonia must fill in the traveller’s questionnaire. The traveller’s questionnaire must be submitted within three days before arriving in Estonia: https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/
- Wearing a face mask is mandatory in Estonia in all public indoor areas where COVID certificates are not checked, as a result of which it is also mandatory to wear a face mask in Terminal D.
TRAVELLING TO FINLAND
- From Tuesday, 28 December 2021, all passengers aged 16 and over travelling to Finland, will be required to present a negative COVID test certificate (both PCR or antigene tests acceptable) for entering Finland. The requirement also applies to vaccinated passengers and passengers who have had COVID. Cruise passengers who started their trip in Finland and did not disembark in Tallinn or Stockholm will not be required to take or present test certificates upon return to Finland.
- Read more about travel restrictions from the Finnish Border Guard web site: Guidelines as of 17 January 2022
Instructions at the port:
- Finnish Shipowners Association: Changes to travel by sea as a result of new health safety legislation
- The FINENTRY web service helps and guides you with coronavirus testing in Finland: https://www.finentry.fi/en
TRAVELLING TO SWEDEN
From 21 January 2022, Swedish authorities require people arriving in Sweden to present either a COVID vaccination certificate, a negative test taken within 72 hours prior to travel or certificate proving recovery from COVID in the last 6 months. Certificates must be presented for all travellers 18 years and older for entry into Sweden.
- There is a travel ban on non-essential travel to Sweden from most countries outside the EU until 31 January 2022.
Read more from Krisinformation.se: https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/travel-restrictions
- Certificate requiremens for foreign nationals travelling to Sweden
- Questions and answers about the entry ban to Sweden:
TRAVELLING TO LATVIA
- The state of emergency has been declared until February 28.
Practical information on isolation, Covid-19 control measures, and vaccine:
Information on travelling to Latvia:
Electronic confirmation form to be filled in upon entry:
- An official website of the European Union - Find out about travelling restrictions by coutry: Re-Open EU
- The main advice from the local official health authorities is to follow extremely good hygiene practices - frequent and proper washing of hands, using disinfectants that are available around all our ships and hotels. It is recommended that all passengers wear a face mask in public areas on board and in the terminal. Also, the necessary safety distance to other passengers must be maintained. The face mask may be removed while eating and drinking, as well as in areas where there are no other passengers.
- Before purchasing tickets please make sure that you follow the regulations when entering the country at the destination and pay attention to possible self-isolation rules.
We are continuously and frequently forwarding advice and guidance to our crew and staff we receive from the authorities and partner organizations. A number of important safety measures are being executed onboard (Read more) Passenger capacity is being monitored taking into account the regulations and the epidemic situation in our countries.
- Finnish Health Authority:
- Estonian Health Authority:
- Swedish Public Health Agency:
- Latvian Public Health Authority:
For further information, please contact our customer service.