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After a restful night on board you reach your destination port Klaipeda or Kiel. Plan your stay virtually in the destination area and be inspired by the travel tips and ideas.
The next morning, fortify yourself with a good breakfast for the day. A small selection of drinks including coffee, tea and juices are also included.The buffet can be easily added to your trip in the booking process. It is open from 8:00 am.
Prices: Breakfast buffet
Adult Online: € 7.50 / Onboard: € 10.90
Child up to 11 years € 3.25 / Onboard €5.50
Child up to 3 years free
Depending on the arrival time, lunch is also worthwhile on board our ferry. Both restaurants are open and the prices are the same as for dinner.
Just before you arrive at the port of destination, you will be asked over the loudspeakers to leave your room key at the Guest Service Center. You will also be told how to get off board as quickly and safely as possible.
First the truck drivers are asked to their vehicles. Afterwards we ask the foot passengers to leave the ship via the escalator, on deck 3 the transfer bus to the terminal is waiting. Only then do the passengers go to their vehicles on the vehicle decks.We ask you not to wait outside the exits. Enjoy the port entrance on deck or in the public areas, bar and restaurant until you are asked to head to the exit. For more info see our customer service page
Explore Klaipeda, the largest and most populated Baltic city. Lithuania is affectionately known as the "Northern Italy of the Baltics" because of its eye-catching Baroque style, which is atypical of the region and can be admired especially in the capital, Vilnius. Two of the most beautiful destinations in Lithuania are waiting for you in the immediate vicinity: the seaside resort of Palanga, home to the largest amber museum in the world, and the Curonian Spit, which due to its high sand dunes should not be missing on any Baltic trip.
If you live in or travel around the Baltic region and Scandinavia, we have 4 routes for you.
Our ferry crossings across the Baltic Sea include sailings from Karlshamn to Klaipeda, Kapellskär to Paldiski a route linking northern Germany with Lithuania Kiel-Klaipeda and a route between Hanko and Paldiski.