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The link between Paldiski and Kapellskar is served exclusively by Dfds who carry out 7 trips per week with primarily morning and evening boardings and crossing times ranging between 9 hr 30 min and 11 hours. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van.
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Port of PALDISKI
Paldiski port is located 45 kilometres from Tallinn, the capital on the west coast of Estonia. It is mainly a commercial port, dealing with the import and export of goods and cargo transit. Within the port area, there is a passenger terminal, called Paldiski Northern Port (not to be confused with the southern port!) Which provides connections with Hanko in Finland and with Kapellskar in Sweden. These are ferries that travel daily and take about three hours. How to reach the port of Paldiski To reach the North port by car, take the Paldiski Mantee road and at the turn right at the Keila gas sta... [More information]
Address: Northern Port of Paldiski, Peetri 11, 76805, Paldiski Estonia
Directions: Google Map @ Paldiski, port
Guide of KAPELLSKAR
Kapellskär is a port about 90 km north of Stockholm, in Sweden. It is part of the Norrtälje municipality of Stockholm and is situated in an area popular with holidaymakers and city dwellers to spend the weekend in their holiday homes. There are very few residents in Kapellskär as it serves mainly as a seaport for ferries to Finland and Estonia. A very brief history of Kapellskär The region that Kapellskär is based in dates back to the Iron Age, many remains have been excavated in the region. Stockholm county was established in 1714 and the Norrtälje municipality, ... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
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