|Departure Port||Arrival Port||Travel Time||Ferry Operator|
|Kiel Germany - KEL||Goeteborg Sweden - GOT||14 Hrs. 30 Min.||- - - -|
|Travemunde Germany - TRV||Liepaja Latvia - LPX||24 Hrs.||- - -|
|Rostock Germany - RSK||Trelleborg Sweden - TRG||6 Hrs.||- -|
We have available two departure point from Germany which
include Kiel and Travelmunde. With conecting
ports to Sweden and Latvia.
Kiel Germany - KEL
The ferry terminal for Kiel is located on the east coast of Germany and is considered one of the largest in the Baltic region. To reach Kiel port from other German cities by car, take the A7 north, towards Kiel and merge onto the A215, then follow signs for the terminal.:
Schwedenkai 1 24103 Kiel Germany
Go Fast Ferry currently only offer one connecting port from Kiel Germany which is to Goeteborg Sweden utilizing Stena Line. The trip takes approximately 14 and half hours and currently we only have the overnight schedule available.
Travemunde Germany - TRV
Travemunde is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea and provides service for numorous passenger ferries for connections to many other ports in northern Europe. The port area is always busy and so we suggest utilizing public transportation. Buses, numbers 30.31 and 40 leave from Lübeck central station and arrive right outside the passenger terminal.
Zum Hafenplatz, 23570 Lübeck, Germany
Go Fast Ferry currently only offer one connecting port from Travemunde Germany which is to Liepaja Latvia utilizing Stena Line. The trip takes approximately 24 and half hours and currently there are morning and overnight schedules available.
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