TT-Line

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For the Australian company, see TT-Line Company.
TT-Line
Type Private
Industry Transport
Founded 1962
Headquarters Lübeck, Germany
Area served Germany, Sweden
Services Passenger transportation, Freight transportation
Revenue 140 million EUR[1]
Employees more than 600[1]
Website www.ttline.com
M/S Peter Pan (V) at Travemünde, 2002.

TT-Line is a shipping company based in Lübeck, Germany, which has been providing a ferry service between Travemünde in Schleswig-Holstein and Trelleborg in southern Sweden since 1962. From 1992 on, Rostock is also offered as starting harbor to Trelleborg (until 1997 this service was marketed as TR-Line). In 2007, TT-Line possesses six ferries.

In 1978 TT-Line acquired 50% of Olau Line and purchased the rest of the company in 1979. TT-Line remained the sole owner of Olau Line until the line's closure in 1994.

Routes[edit]

TT-Line offers the following routes:

Ferries[edit]

Present[edit]

TT-Line operates the following ferries:

Past[edit]

These vessels have sailed for TT-Line:

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b TT-Line: Corporate Profile, retrieved 14 December 2013
  2. ^ TT-Line: New route! Świnoujście - Trelleborg, announcement 2013, retrieved 14  December 2013