|Area served||Baltic Sea|
|Parent||Estonian Shipping Company|
Estline (sometimes spelled EstLine) was a Swedish-Estonian shipping company, owned jointly by Nordström & Thulin and the Estonian Government via Estonian Shipping Company (ESCO). Estline was founded in 1990 and had a 10 year exclusive right to the passenger traffic between Stockholm, Sweden and Tallinn, Estonia. In 1998, Nordström & Thulin left the joint venture, making Estline a fully owned Estonian shipping company. By the end of 2000, Estline´s ships were chartered by Tallink. Estline was officially declared bankrupt in the middle of year 2001.
Not a complete list.
- M/S Nord Estonia (1990–1994) – Now M/S Vana Tallinn for Tallink
- M/S Estonia (1993–1994) – Sunk 1994
- M/S Nord Neptunus, later M/S Neptunia (1992–1999) – Scrapped in Aliağa, Turkey, 2007
- M/S Mare Balticum (1994–1996) – Now M/S ARV 1 for Equinox Offshore Accommodation, under reconstruction into a supply and accommodation vessel
- M/S Regina Baltica (1996–2000) – Now sails for Tallink
- M/S Baltic Kristina (1997–2000) – Now M/S Rigel for Ventouris Ferries