Stena Line suspends passenger traffic to and from Denmark and Poland until further notice

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Danish and Polish authorities on Friday announced a temporary closure of their borders due to the spread of the Corona virus (COVID-19). Shipping company Stena Line therefore will suspend all passengers traffic to these countries until further notice. Shipments of freight will continue at present.

The route between Oslo – Frederikshavn will be fully suspended from Saturday March 14 until further notice.

Due to the recent announcement that Denmark and Poland close their borders, Stena Line will stop all passenger traffic to and from these countries until further notice from Saturday 14 March. The company will continue to operate the following routes with the existing timetables and vessels but only carrying freight onboard until further notice.

  • Gothenburg-Frederikshavn
  • Halmstad- Grenaa
  • Karlskrona-Gdynia

Starting from the closure of passenger traffic Danish, Polish and Swedish citizens will still be allowed to return to their respective home countries for a period of 72 hours. 

Oslo-Frederikshavn suspended
Starting Saturday March 14 Stena Line will suspend all operations on the route Oslo – Frederikshavn until further notice.

Press contact: 

+46 (0)704 85 85 32, 

Stena Line is one of Europe's leading ferry companies with 37 vessels and 20 routes in Northern Europe. Stena Line is an important part of the European logistics network and develops new intermodal freight solutions by combining transport by rail, road and sea. Stena Line also plays an important role for tourism in Europe with its extensive passenger operations. The company is family-owned, was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in Gothenburg. Stena Line is part of the Stena AB Group, which has about 15 000 employees and an annual turnover of around 35 billion SEK. For more information please visit




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