St. Peter Line

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St. Peter Line
Type Private
Founded 2010
Products Ferries
Port services
Passenger transportation
Freight transportation
Website www.stpeterline.com
Route map

St. Peter Line is a Russian (Cyprian-registered) shipping company, which operates services from Helsinki, St. Petersburg and Stockholm (from Spring 2011). The company was founded in 2010 with it starting operations in April of that year. In December 2010 St Peter Line acquired Bilbao from Irish Continental Group for €37.7m[1] for a new route between St Petersburg and Stockholm.

Routes[edit]

St.Peter Line operates two routes across the Gulf of Finland.

Route Frequency Crossing time
Helsinki - St. Petersburg - Helsinki 3 crossings per week 18 hours
Stockholm - (Helsinki) - St Petersburg - (Tallinn) - Stockholm 2 crossings per week 26 hours

Fleet[edit]

Name Built Entered service Tonnage Passengers Registered Notes
Princess Maria 1981 2010 25,905 1,676 Malta Malta
SPL Princess Anastasia 1986 2011 37,799 2,500 Malta Malta

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statement re sale of the ferry Bilbao". Irish Continental Group. Retrieved December 2010.