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The Rostock Trelleborg line is covered by Stena only who provide availability for 20 sailings per week with frequent, all day departures and crossing times shorter than 8 hr 15 min. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. All travel options provide at least toilets and bar service, the longer routes also have self-service restaurants, shops and various cabin options.
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Port of ROSTOCK
Rostock is an important port on the northern coast of Germany. It covers a large area and serves commercial and passenger routes and cruise ships. The infrastructure is in continuous evolution, and significant investments have been made here. The ferry terminal is the Warnow Terminal, where the ferries for Sweden and Denmark depart. The terminal has all services available for passengers in transit. How to reach Rostock port It is straightforward to get to Rostock by train, as the station is near the cruise terminal. By car, you drive through the Warnowtunnel and arrive at the port from the mot... [More information]
Address: Zum Fährterminal 1 18147 Rostock Überseehafen - Germany
Directions: Google Map @ Rostock, port
Guide of TRELLEBORG
Trelleborg is located at the most southerly tip of Sweden. It is a small town with a population of just under 30,000. The ferries leave from the port, providing links between Sweden and Germany. The city is known for its beautiful gardens, palm-flanked main avenue and excellent shopping. A brief history of Trelleborg The earliest written record of Trelleborg is from 1257 when the Danish royal family gave Trelleborg to Sweden as a wedding gift. Soon after, it was returned to the Danes and remained in their possession until 1658. Then in medieval times, Trelleborg played an important part ... [More information]
20 weekly sailings - Duration: 6 hours
Ships: FS Mecklenburg-Vorpommern , M/S Skåne