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Ferry to Poland

Discover the best ferry crossings to Poland

Gdansk-Nynashamn

Poland ⇔ Sweden
18 Hours
Up to 7 times per week
From: 120,00

Świnoujście-Trelleborg

Poland ⇔ Sweden
6h 30 mins.
Up to 10 times per week
From: 105,00

Świnoujście-Ystad

Poland ⇔ Sweden
6h 30 mins.
Up to 30 times per week
From: 34,00

Karlskrona-Gdynia

Poland ⇔ Sweden
11 Hours
up to 14 times per week
From: 70,00

Ferries to Poland

There are a couple of crossings when you want to travel to Poland by ferry. You are probably traveling from Sweden or the Baltics if you're looking for a ferry to Poland.

On this page, you'll find more information on how to travel by ferry to Poland. 

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Three different direct ferries are sailing from Sweden to Poland, and from Klaipeda (Lithuania), you can sail first to Trelleborg and then to Świnoujście.

Finland is also connected via Sweden to Poland now with the new connection from Hanko to Nynashamn and then from Nynashamn to Gdansk.

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Our online booking module makes finding and booking your desired ferry crossing to Poland easy. All you have to do is enter your departure port, destination, and travel dates. The system will show you the best routes and possible alternatives. You can then choose the ferry that best suits your needs and budget. Have a great trip! In the booking system, you can also switch currencies after filling in your trip's first details.

From Sweden to Poland

There are three different ferries from Sweden to Poland. You can sail from either Karlskrona, Trelleborg, or Nynashamn to Poland. TT line, PolFerries, and Stena Line sail on the various routes from Sweden to Poland and vice versa.

You can choose from the following crossings:

The fastest crossing is from Świnoujście to Trelleborg or vice versa, which sails from Poland to Sweden in just 6 hours and 30 minutes. You can sail to harbors up further north in Sweden from Gdansk and Gdynia. 

Sweden ⇔ Poland

1

Świnoujście-Ystad

Travel to Sweden from Poland and vice versa with the ferries sailing from Świnoujście to Ystad, and Ystad to Świnoujście. With up to 33 sailings per week and tickets starting at €34 this is a popular crossing over the Baltic sea.

From: 34,00
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Gdansk-Nynashamn

Polferries sails 7 times per week on an 18 hour crossing between Sweden and Poland on the route from Gdansk to Nynashamn.
From: 120,00
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3 stenaline ferry

Karlskrona-Gdynia

Looking for a ferry to Sweden or Poland? There is a direct connection between Gdynia and Karlskrona. On this route you'll be sailing with Stena Line from Northern Poland to Sweden. The duration of your sailing is approximately 10,5 hours.
From: 70,00
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4 TT-line

Świnoujście-Trelleborg

This TT line ferry takes you from Poland to Sweden in just 6,5 hours. The Świnoujście-Trelleborg crossing is operated by TT line with 10 weekly crossings over 177 km.
From: 105,00
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Ferry from Lithuania to Poland

If you're traveling from the Baltics to Poland, you could sail by ferry from Klaipeda to Trelleborg and then from Trelleborg to Świnoujście, this isn't a direct crossing, but both crossings are operated by TT line and easy to combine. These are good options if you want to travel from Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania to Poland.

Baltics / Lithuania to Poland

1 TT-line

Świnoujście-Klaipeda

This TT line ferry takes you from Poland to Sweden and then to Lithuania via the Świnoujście, Trelleborg and then Klaipeda connection. Combining 2 ferries to get from Poland to Lithuania.
From: 200,00
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Ferry from Finland to Poland?

There is a new crossing from Stena Line that connects Hanko (Finland) to Nynashamn (Sweden), from Nynashamn there is also a direct crossing to Gdansk in Poland. By combining these two Stena Line crossings you can sail from Finland to Poland by ferry over the Baltic Sea.

Best way to travel to Poland is by ferry

There are several crossings to Poland from mainly Sweden. You can also travel via Sweden to Poland from Lithuania on the Klaipeda-Świnoujście crossing (TT line) or from Finland if you travel first from Hanko to Nynashamn and then from Nynashamn to Gdansk. The fastest route is the ferry from Trelleborg to Poland, probably one of the best choices.

Frequently Asked Questions: ferry to Poland

There is a ferry from Lithuania (Klaipeda) to Trelleborg (Sweden), and from Trelleborg, you can sail with the same ferry company (TT-Line) to Swinoujscie in Poland. By combining these two, you can easily sail from Lithuania to Poland by ferry.

There are three direct crossings from Sweden to Poland. You can sail from Nynashamn to Gdansk, Karlskrona to Gdynia, or Trelleborg to Swinoujscie; the last connection is the fastest, with a travel time of only 6,5 hours.

There is a ferry from Hanko (in Finland) to Nynashamn in Sweden. Stena Line operates this crossing. From Nynashamn, Stena Line also runs the ferry crossing to Gdansk. Combining these two crossings allows you to sail from Finland to Poland by ferry easily.

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2 Comments
  1. What are the things I need to know before taking a ferry from Sweden to Poland?

    • Hi Lukas,

      There are 4 operators on the routes from Sweden to Poland, and the ticket prices are averaging around € 120 for the crossing. I also want to ask a question to you: What are you missing in the guidance above? That way we can make the guidance better and improve! Let us know!

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