Named after the character in Mark Twain’s famous novel, the Tom Sawyer ferry features a a choice of cabin accommodation, a casino, a cafeteria and a shop.
Onboard cabin accommodation on the Tom Sawyer comes in the form of 2 and 4 berth, inside and sea view (outside). All cabins are en-suite and are located above the car decks.
The kitchen crew on the Tom Sawyer take care of your 'gastronomic well-being' with a large choice of food available from the buffet.
The 'Sea and Save Bordshop' is a shopper's paradise featuring a wide range of cosmetics, tobacco goods and confectionery, fashion and accessories, wine, spirits and beer.
You can also relax in the sauna onboard the Tom Sawyer or if you fancy a flutter then try your luck on the slot machines in the 'casino'.
Children are well catered for with TT Line and the Tom Sawyer features onboard entertainment during peak season and a dedicated children’s playroom. Children up to 6 years old eat for free in the restaurant which also has a children’s menu.
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 Tom Sawyer 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.
83% of our customers recommended this ship
The check-in procedure only took a few minutes. It was very helpful that the office was open the previous evening for us to confirm the arrangements. A bus took us onto the car deck of the ferry from where we continued on foot. Although we were on a day sailing the cabin was laid out for either sitting or sleeping. There is an en suite shower. The restaurant was enormous and the buffet food very acceptable for a fixed price. On the upper deck is a sun deck. Being the only foot passengers we had to wait longer than I would have wanted to be allowed to walk through the lorry deck to a waiting bus which took us to the public area at the port for a taxi or onward bus. We thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and would recommend the journey as a way to travel from Sweden to Germany. There is a B&B close by at Trelleborg and the railway from Malmo should be operational again next year.
Reviewed 17 September 2014 by Neil who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer
"Holiday in Sweden"
Every year we go to Sweden on holiday. In recent years, we’ve always travelled by boat. Good departure times and good facilities at the ports. Rostock port has the best facilities and offers the possibility to leave your vehicle overnight in the parking area. I believe it is also the cheapest crossing to Sweden from the Netherlands.
Reviewed 13 August 2014 by Erma who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer
We think it was a good trip for a good price
Reviewed 12 May 2014 by Thomas who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer
"Exquisite service, pleasant crossing "
Ferry from Rostock to Sweden. Rapid settlement, pleasant cabin, inexpensive breakfast.
Reviewed 15 October 2013 by Anonymous who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer
"A surprise free transfer"
The ferry crossing between Trelleborg and Rostock is 6 hours during daytime. It's very long when the only possibility to get a seat is either in a confortable area, but without any external opening or in the cafeteria. There are no seats on the outer decks. The staff doesn't necessarily speak English (forget about French). It's better to book a cabin, even during the day.
Reviewed 25 August 2013 by Alain who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer
I got surprised that the ferry went to slowly over the sea, very comfortable. The public areas and the toilets were well cleaned. The offer to rent a cabin to rest was very good, (but we didn’t use it). The only thing I was to change is the prices for the drinks. One bottle of water cost 4.2 euro (40 sek), which made us bring our own water on the way back. We will travel again.
Reviewed 07 May 2013 by Magnus Frising who travelled with TT Line on Tom Sawyer