Ferries from Sweden and Estonia
Our Baltic sea route from Kapellskär to Paldiski links Sweden with Estonia. Kapellskär is located 90 kilometres north of Stockholm, while Paldiski is 50km south of Tallinn. The crossing takes 11 hours.
What does the Kapellskär to Paldiski ferry include?
- Sailings 7 days a week in both directions
- Price includes transport for yourself & your vehicle
- No baggage restrictions
- Onboard facilities & en suite cabins
- Links Scandinavia and Eastern Europe
"We booked a fery crossing as part of a European touring holiday and it was brilliant. Everything was easy and DFDS provided excellent customer service the entire time."
Mr and Mrs Bennett
Sweden to Estonia
Estonia boasts a rugged coastline, many pretty islands and fascinating cities. The exciting city, the capital of Estonia, Tallinn is just a 45 minute drive from Paldiski Northern port. Rich in culture and history, you will find medieval buildings, many museums and beautiful city walls and towers. The Latvian border is under 4 hours from port.
If you are travelling in the other direction, Kapellskär provides a gateway to
. The port is just 90 km from the Swedish capital Stockholm. Comprised of 14 islands, Stockholm is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world.
On your 11 hour crossing you can enjoy a meal in the buffet
which serves a good selection of hot and cold dishes for dinner and for breakfast too. There’s also a
, shop, children’s play area and deck areas so you can take in the fresh sea air.
Onboard you’ll also find en suite cabins and Commodore cabins for extra space and comfort. If you prefer you can rest or sleep in a reclining chair in one of the quiet lounge areas.
Prices are subject to availability. Credit card & telephone booking fees apply. Terms & Conditions apply.
It’s always a proud moment when you’re recognised for your good work, we’re honoured to have been named again as the World and Europe's Leading Ferry Operator 2016 at the World Travel Awards. We have been Europe’s Leading Ferry Operator for 5 years running now, and the World’s Leading Ferry Operator for 6 years.