MS Romantika (Latvian, Estonian and Lithuanian "Romantika" means "Romance" in English) is a cruiseferry operated by the Estonian ferry company Tallink on a route connecting Stockholm, Sweden to Tallinn, Estonia. She was built in 2002 by Aker Finnyards, Rauma and she was the first ever newbuilding to be delivered to Tallink. Between 2002 and 2006 the Romantika was used on the Helsinki–Tallinn route, until she was replaced by the new MS Galaxy. After this she was transferred to the Tallinn–Stockholm route, sailing parallel with her sister MS Victoria I.
After the delivery of MS Baltic Queen the Romantika was transferred to the Stockholm–Riga route in May 2009. Simultaneously with this she was changed from Estonian to Latvian registry. When the MS Silja Europa was chartered out from Tallink service in August 2014, the Romantika returned to the Tallinn–Mariehamn–Stockholm route. In December 2016 Tallink will reorganize the routes of their ferries and Romantika will again be transferred to the Stockholm - Riga route from December 12th.