The Gdynia Karlskrona ferry route connects Poland with Sweden. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 16 times each week with sailing durations from around 10 hours 30 minutes.
Gdynia Karlskrona sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Gdynia Karlskrona route is a car and 2 passengers.
I enjoyed travelling with you and especially the opportunity to eat dinner at the buffet at the restaurant was a nice experience. Reasonable price and excellent food and self service. A good experience for me and my family.
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Located on the Baltic Sea coast, the Polish city of Gdynia is in the Pomeranian Voivodeship and is an important port in Gdansk Bay. The city hosts a number of cultural events each year. The annual Gdynia Film Festival attracts many visitors to the city as will the International Random Film Festival which will be held at the end of 2014. The city also hosts one of the largest music festivals in Europe. The open'er Festival attracts many hip-op, rock and electronic music acts. Another important summer event in Gdynia is the Viva Beach Party, which is a large two-day techno party made on Gdynia's Public Beach.
From the city's port there are regular ferry services between Poland and Sweden. Passenger facilities are limited and therefore it is advisable that passengers travelling through the port purchase what ever they need in the city. A single ferry service, run by Stena Lines, operates from the port to Karlskrona in Sweden. Crossings take place twice a day and have a journey time of 12 hours.
The Swedish city of Karlskrona lies across 30 different islands in the eastern part of the Blekinge Archipelago. Other islands in the archipelago are Salto, Hasto, Lango and Aspo and the islet of Stumholmen was previously the property of the Navy and today is home to the National Naval Museum, the Marinmuseum. Located outside of Karlskrona is the Karlskrona Archipelago with is Sweden's most southerly archipelago and where a number of the islands are connected to the city by ferry.
The city was chosen by King Karl XI as a new naval base because of the protection the large ring of small islands provided to the base. The islands range from ones that have from one to 1,500 inhabitants, to islands with and without connection to the mainland.
The city is located in the south east corner of Sweden and has excellent connections to the other Baltic Sea destinations. There is a ferry service to Gdynia in Poland transporting both goods and passengers.