Tallink's Riga-Stockholm route vessels start using Värtahamnen from January 24
As from Tuesday, 24th of January, all Tallink and Silja Line branded vessels visiting Stockholm will use the new and modern Värtahamnen, when the ships of Riga-Stockholm route will also move there from Frihamnen. Both Romantika and Isabelle have also successfully tested the berths in the new harbour complex, says Tallink’s press release.
The Board Member of AS Tallink Grupp, Mr Lembit Kitter said that the new port facility in Värtahamnen, Stockholm is really modern and it is a great departure and arrival gate for the four routes Tallink Grupp operates to Stockholm. "It also makes it easier for our passengers to associate this one port with our ships and find the way there easily," said Kitter.
The company kindly requests the passengers to be attentive of the new port address when heading to the Stockholm-Riga route vessels Isabelle and Romantika. Other vessels visiting Stockholm, Victoria I and Baltic Queen of Tallinn-Stockholm route, Silja Symphony and Silja Serenade of Helsinki-Stockholm route and Baltic Princess and Galaxy of Turku-Stockholm route have been mooring to the Värtahamnen already for years.
The new terminal ready and the passengers can already use all gangways, check-in and waiting area and a restaurant there. The company office of Tallink Silja AB is also moving to the new Värtahamnen terminal building the same week.