|Poland, Sweden, Denmark|
|Services||Passenger transportation, Freight transportation|
Polferries is the largest Polish ferry operator. The Polish Baltic Shipping Company was established on 31 January 1976 as a state-owned shipping company. Under the operating name Polferries, the company runs ferry routes across the Baltic Sea between Poland and Scandinavia.
In 1996 Polferries approved quality assurance system the International Safety Management Code (ISM). In May 1997 the company was recognised as meeting the requirements of the Quality Management Certificate ISO 9002. It became legally recognised as a corporate body in 1992.
Future Fleet and Future Arrangements
- Baltivia - Ystad-Świnoujście
- Wawel - Nynäshamn-Gdańsk
- Mazovia - Ystad-Świnoujście
- Scandinavia - Sold to Ventourius Ferries, to become Rigel II in May 2015
- HSC Boomerang (built in Australia, 1997) — 1997–2001 — now HSC Tallink AutoExpress 2 with Conferry.
- MF Drottningen (built in Sweden in 1968) — 1975–1976 — scrapped in China in 2005.
- MF Gute (built in Sweden, 1979) — 2000 — laid up.
- MF Kahleberg (built in Germany, 1983) — 2003–2004 — now MF RG 1 with RG Line.
- MF Lancut (built in Germany, 1967) — 1985–1994 — scrapped in India in 2003.
- MF Nieborow (built in Germany, 1973) — 1988–2002 — now MF Sveti Stefan II with Montenegro Lines.
- MF Parsęta — 1991–1997 — scrapped.
- MF Silesia (built in Poland, 1979) — 1979–2005 — now MF Yuzhnaya Palmyra with Iscomar.
- MF Wawel (built in Germany, 1965) — 1973–1988 — scrapped in Turkey in 2004.
- MS Pomerania — now Dalmatia with Blue Line International
- MS Rogalin (built in France, 1972) — 1978–1987, 1989–1991, 1992–2003 — scrapped in India in 2004.
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