The 12 deck M/S Baltic Princess is one of the biggest cruise ferries in the Baltic Sea with a capacity for 2,800 passengers. Onboard you’ll find a large selection of cabins, a variety of different restaurants, 5 bars, 3 shops, children’s world play area, an excellent sauna department and a modern conference room.
There are more than 900 cabins onboard ranging from spacious balcony suites to standard inside cabins. All cabins are en-suite with a TV and specially adapted cabins for disabled passengers and allergy-friendly cabins are also available.
There are numerous places to eat onboard the Baltic Princess with something to satisfy every taste. At the à la carte ‘Gourmet’ restaurant you’ll enjoy the best flavours on the Baltic Sea whilst admiring the wonderful sea view. There is also a Russian à la carte restaurant ‘Katarina’ and the 266 seater ‘Grill House’. If you fancy a bit of everything then head to the Buffet for a rich variety of dishes enjoyed in front of a magnificent sea view or head to the cafeteria for light snacks.
In terms of drinking venues, the Baltic Princess does not disappoint! The classy Martini Bar is a marvellous place to enjoy an aperitif while listening to a piano. The cosy Cigar Club takes you away from the stresses of everyday life with hefty lounge chairs, wide cigar selection and inviting decoration to enchant not only cigar lovers. You’ll also find 2 pubs onboard – Sailors Pub and the Baltic Pub. Both feature a wide selection of drinks and a relaxing atmosphere.
For entertainment, the Art Deco style Starlight night club provides magnificent surroundings with glamorously entertaining shows. In the bow of the ship you’ll find ‘Iskelmä Bar’ playing typical Finnish and Estonian dance music while in the Sun Disco you can dance till dawn.
Shopping is an essential part of the Tallink experience. Onboard the Baltic Princess shopping is made especially easy and enjoyable. Food, sweets and drinks are sold in the supermarket, cosmetics and perfumes in the cosmetic Boutique and clothes, fashion and souvenirs in the Boutique.
The Baltic Princess is a classic cruise ferry where a lot of attention has been focused on providing entertainment to its passengers. To make the whole trip even more glamorous and inspire your senses, the Baltic Princess also has ‘Show Time’. In the autumn spectacular comic performances intertwining humour, dancing and singing can be seen on the best cruise ships of the Baltic Sea. The unforgettable experience from these nights brings a long-lasting smile to your face. For some relaxation, the 2nd deck's sauna department makes a pleasant crossing even more enjoyable. The beautifully built sauna department has 2 private saunas, public saunas and pools for both children and adults. There are separate public saunas for men and women.
The Baltic Princess offers a great variety of fun and interesting activities for kids of all the ages throughout the crossing. For teenagers there is a PlayStation room too.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Baltic Princess guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
97% of our customers recommended this ship
"Good prize with suitable timetable"
It was nice to take this ferry for the trip. Very comfortable journey.
Reviewed 16 September 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Dont forget something in your car..."
Our trip from Turku to Stockholm was pleasant, without any negative experiences. But little trouble for us is unable go to car-deck for pickup something during trip. I know, this is for security reason, but it is quite uncomfortable.
Reviewed 17 August 2015 by Tomas who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Definitely travel during the day!"
It was more like a cruise boat than a car ferry. The services, food options were good and the views throughout the whole trip were fabulous. Highly recommend it.
Reviewed 24 July 2015 by Peter who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Off to Stockholm from Turku"
Wonderful summer evening cruise in good weather. Cabin more spacious than expected on 9th deck, and bed linen was very good. Lots of different styles of entertainment, and enough places to sit and watch the islands go by as the sun set. We picnicked on deck, so haven't been able to rate the catering. It would hav e been helpful to have had information about the terminal at the start of our trip from Turku i.e. what time passengers should arrive before boarding, facilities at the terminal, whether a local bus went there....but impressively smooth voyage.
Reviewed 09 July 2015 by Hilary who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"travel on Baltic Princess"
Clean cabin, plenty of restaurants on board, helpful personnel, good tax free shop with a good selection of alcohol and sweets. The pub had a good musical entertainment, the selection of beers from tap could have been better. From Finnish beers Karhu would have been nice, another Swedish or Estonian beer would be good. If it is meant to be an Irish pub, some Irish beer would have been great (just noticed the musician was Irish). Unfortunately it was noisy in the cabin until late at night, due to the noise levels in the game hall underneath. I did not try any of the catering on board due to my low budget.
Reviewed 01 October 2014 by Eva-maria who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
really enjoyed it thanks - was surprised how much entertainment there was on board!
Reviewed 01 September 2014 by Kate who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"MS Galaxy - Turku to Stockholm on Friday 15 August 2014."
My family of three shared a cabin (with view)for the above journey. You have certainly been blessed by nature as the trip out of Turku through the archapelago and similarly into Stockholm must rank as one of the most spectacular sea journeys in the world. Absolutely beautiful. The ship was very comfortable and the onboard staff excellent and helpful. Thanks to the captain and his crew for a safe and most interesting journey. I am in awe of the crew's seamanship in manoeuvring the ship in the channel at Mariehamn.
Reviewed 22 August 2014 by Stephen Halgren who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
Travelled with this operator since we were going to a dog show in Helsinki. The dog toilet wasn't good though, none of the dogs wanted to use it, they went outside but we cleaned up after them. The cabin was situated on one of the top decks, on top of the disco which made it hard to get some sleep and were supposed to drive the morning after. Apart from that the ship was nice and we ate at the buffé which had great food.
Reviewed 18 August 2014 by Marina who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
This is not a ferry this is a cruise ship. we we'd been on this boat fro a longer trip. very good
Reviewed 10 August 2014 by Keith who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Great travel experience"
I travelled with "Baltic Princess" between Stockholm and Turku the 4th of August 2014. It was a nice trip in every way. Great weather and fantastic nature, especially the Finnish archipelago on the way from Turku and the Swedish one when arriving to Stockholm. All this with nice environment onboard a ferry with high standards. We also had good food served by a friendly staff providing great service. I will without a doubt recommend this to other people and I would really like to take this trip again sometime. Kind regards Per Tronstad.
Reviewed 10 August 2014 by Per Tronstad who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Ferry crossing Turku Stockholm"
We had a very nice cabin on board and the facilities were very good. All in all, a successful trip.
Reviewed 11 July 2014 by Johan who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Silja Line Turku to Stockholm"
A beautiful route to take through the Aland Islands. On time, good food and service. Good room. Would thoroughly recommend if you have time. Arrive at port early with time to visit Turku Castle.
Reviewed 12 June 2014 by Hilary who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
Short turn round time meant staff still cleaning cabins when you get on board. Other than that clean and efficient especially at the price. Free wifi, learn dfds.
Reviewed 03 May 2014 by Steven who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
The staff were fantastic, and the facilities and cleanliness were impeccable. I was really impressed.
Reviewed 16 March 2014 by Aoife C who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"A beautiful sea journey for a good price"
We were travelling from Turku to Stockholm on the Baltic Princess. The ferry is quite big, it has all the necessities you might need on the ship - bars with evening program and disco, tax free shop (which is actually much cheaper than the airport one),etc. We had the cheapest cabin but it was still nice and tidy, with TV and clean bathroom. All the announcements are in languages including English. The staff was also friendly and helpful.
Reviewed 16 January 2014 by Dash who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
Reviewed 28 November 2013 by Vitali who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
Everything was organised for an excellent crossing: cabin, seafood platters at the restaurant. However, because of some people with a Saturday night fever partying, it was impossible to sleep. I will do it again, but not on a Saturday night.
Reviewed 22 September 2013 by Roger who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"nice ride "
to look all day through the archipelago, there was always something, weather was just cool, but then nice sunny.
Reviewed 14 September 2013 by Hans who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"gladly again "
The ship is clean on the go. The food is excellent, but in my opinion a bit too expensive. € 11 for a breakfast, but you can take as much as you want. Both times, so in return ride was the ship on time. If you are flexible with the data, you can also book very cheap ferries for themselves. Recommend the ferry.
Reviewed 10 September 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess
"Just a ferry"
Both trips were efficient and reasonably comfortable. The buffet was manic but plenty of food and good value for money. The grill was a better experience if a little more expensive. The cabins were small but adequate including a surprisingly good shower. It was unfortunate that access to the limited open decks meant braving the plethora of smokers. On the return journey much of the open deck was closed - not sure why.
Reviewed 07 September 2013 by Paul who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Princess