Named after the boy who never grew up, the Peter Pan is a modern ferry providing a superb travelling experience to its passengers. Onboard facilities include a Cinema, Casino, Restaurant, Shop, and a Wellness centre with gym and sauna.
Onboard you’ll find around 220 en-suite cabins providing 640 or so beds. Cabin accommodation comes in a choice of 2 or 4 berth, inside and sea view (outside) and are all located above the car decks. Smoking in the cabins is not allowed.
You’ll be well taken care of in the onboard restaurant. Begin your day on board with an attractive breakfast buffet. During the day you’ll be served small snacks and a cooked lunch and in the evening there’s a choice of numerous hot dishes or a highly varied buffet.
There is a bar for coffee, cakes, drinks and evening cocktails.
In the Peter Pan 'Sea and Save Bordshop' you’ll find a wide range of cosmetics, spirits, tobacco, fashion, accessories and local Swedish products.
There's also a wide range of malt whiskies, numerous local and foreign types of beer, perfumes and cosmetics.
The Peter Pan features a free to enter cinema kitted out with the most modern technology and a great choice of films shown in German, Swedish or English. You may also like to try your luck on the slot machines in the gaming room.
If you'd like to relax or unwind during your trip then you could head to the a fitness centre where you'll find a whirlpool/jacuzzi and a sauna.
Children are well catered for with TT Line. There's onboard entertainment during peak season and a dedicated children’s playroom. Children up to 6 years old eat for free in the restaurant and food on the children’s menu is half price.
The Peter Pan is suitable for wheelchair bound passengers and those with reduced mobility. The upper decks are directly accessible from the car deck by wide lifts. Specially adapted cabins are also available.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Peter Pan 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.
89% of our customers recommended this ship
Very good service and meal whilst on board. I would use TT Lines again
Reviewed 08 September 2015 by David who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
Peter Pan seemed to be an upgrade of her sister ship, well organised and the crew were efficient.
Reviewed 16 August 2015 by Marcel who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
Pleasant journey, slept well.
Reviewed 16 June 2014 by J.h. who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
"Crossing wonderful "
everything has wonderful fit, punctual departure and arrival, clean and comfortable cabins, good food.
Reviewed 29 September 2013 by Anna who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
"Beautiful Day Crossing "
Crossing due to good weather relaxing on the sun deck. The children (8 and 10) really liked the childcare. Enough to take drink, drinks on the ferry are expensive in the shop.
Reviewed 09 September 2013 by Nicole who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
"Recovery on the way "
Super decision to take to Sweden the long ferry from Travemünde to Trelleborg and Back: On the way Peter Pan (during the day) with a great children's program, on the return trip Nils Holgersson without children-program (low season), but with enough to do on the ship, the our children (5 and 7 years), the time could be short. Again at any time!
Reviewed 06 September 2013 by Anne who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
"Expensive but a convenient ferry."
Getting to the ferry at Travemunde is quite confusing and signage should be improved. On the Trelleborg side the approach is easier. However once through the check in at Travenmunde I was very glad to know I was taking the Peter Pan as it was only the cartoon painted on the side of the boat that indicated where I should go. Loading had already started and there was nobody in sight to give guidance. I thought this ferry trip was expensive, but just about worth it as I then avoided a night in a hotel , some mileage and other ferry and bridge costs. The cabin was comfortable. The second bed is quite an effort to heave into position. I am not as strong as I was and it would be difficult for anyone weaker to do at all. There was nothing in the Duty free shop that seemed worth buying - just about every product was more expensive than in Germany. In addition I thought the brekfast buffet was expensive as well, though of good quality.
Reviewed 29 August 2013 by Roger who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
On board the ship everything was taken care of very well. Lunch from 12.00 till 14.00 was fine. The only downside during a 7.5 hour crossing is that it's not possible to buy a sandwich but only coffee with cake.
Reviewed 03 July 2013 by C.a.m. who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan
"relaxed crossing "
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Reviewed 15 June 2013 by Hermann-josef who travelled with TT Line on Peter Pan