Stena Line continues to operate ferry routes Nynäshamn-Ventspils and Travemünde-Liepaja

Copenhagen, March 17:
In order to prevent the further spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak in the country, the Latvian authorities have announced increased border controls and a temporary suspension of international passenger transportation from March 17 to April 14.

Shipping company Stena Line will continue to operate a reliable freight service on the ferry routes Nynäshamn-Ventspils and Travemünde-Liepaja.

On Saturday March 14 the Latvian authorities announced that the country will introduce increased border controls and a temporary suspension of international passenger transportation from March 17 to April 14. The new regulations do not apply to freight drivers and Stena Line will continue to offer a reliable freight service on the two ferry routes Ventspils-Nynäshamn and Liepaja-Travemünde. 

Temporary timetable on Nynäshamn-Ventspils

As from March 18 Stena Line will implement a temporary timetable on the route Nynäshamn – Ventspils untill recall and cancel morning sailings on Wednesdays and Thursdays from both Latvia and Sweden. In total Stena Line will now operate 20 sailings on the route per week.

No changes on Travemünde-Liepaja

The timetable on Liepaja-Travemünde is not changed and Stena Line continues to operate 10 sailings per week on the route.

Updated timetables are available at https://www.stenalinefreight.com/timetable/

Stena Line is continuously contacting our customers with information about the changes and rebooking alternatives.

Stena Line
Press Office
+46 (0)31 85 85 32
press@stenaline.com
Stena Line´s Baltic Sea operation on the routes Ventspils (Latvia) - Nynäshamn (Sweden) and Liepaja (Latvia) - Travemünde (Germany) is managed by Stena Rederi A/S, a consolidation of Stena AB’s Danish ferry and shipping activities in Hellerup. Stena Line is one of Europe's leading ferry companies with 36 vessels and 18 routes in Northern Europe. Stena Line is part of the Stena AB Group, which has about 16 000 employees and an annual turnover of around 37 billion SEK.

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