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New ferry to run between Luebeck, Ventspils and St.Petersburg

01.09.2011 | Leta

From September 9, a new ferry "Finnarow" will run in the line Luebeck-Ventspils-St.Petersburg. It will be more up-to-date and much larger than the current "Translubeka", which run in this route on Fridays.

From September 9, a new ferry "Finnarow" will run in the line Luebeck-Ventspils-St.Petersburg. It will be more up-to-date and much larger than the current "Translubeka", which run in this route on Fridays.

There will be 246 passenger places on "Finnarow", and the ferry's capacity for cargo shipment is 2400 line meters.

On other days ferries "Transeuropa" and "Transrussia", which both have 124 passengers places and cargo capacity of 3200 line meters, will continue to run in the same route.

Therefore, now it will be possible to transport 490 lorries and 494 passengers in this line every week with "Finnlines" ferries, the municipality said.

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