Stena Line will take a new ship into service this month: the E-Flexer Stena Ebba. This brand new ferry sails together with her sister ship Stena Estelle on the Baltic Sea between Karlskrona in Sweden and the Polish port city of Gdynia.
The Stena Ebba and Stena Estelle are the largest E-Flexers ever built https://www.stenaline.com/.
Check out the vessel details:
- 240 meters long
- 28 meters wide
- 1200 passengers
- 200 cars
- 263 cabins
- 10 decks
Sustainable and energy-efficient ships from Stena Line
Despite the size of the E-flexers, the ships are fuel efficient and therefore more eco-friendly than comparable ships. The Stena Ebba has lower fuel consumption thanks to many innovations. For example, the ferry has a unique hydrodynamic shape and uses shore power in the port; which drastically reduces harmful emissions. Also, these modern ships are designed in such a way that they can use alternative fuels in the future.
Relaxed travelling in a Swedish interior on the Stena Ebba
The Swedish Stena Line knows exactly how passengers like to start their holiday. The Stena Ebba is furnished in Scandinavian style and there is no lack of comfort. Passengers enjoy a panoramic view of the sea in the restaurant and there is plenty of entertainment for small children and for the older ones. You will spend the night in a cabin with a private bathroom. And before you get off the ship, don’t forget to shop your favourite brand sunglasses: duty-free of course.
By boat to Sweden
The Stena Ebba route between Karlskrona and Gdynia is especially popular among Polish and Swedish travellers. Are you traveling from Germany to Sweden? We see that the route Kiel (Germany) – Göteborg (Sweden) is especially popular. This crossing takes approximately 15 hours. Want to go straight to Stockholm? Then take the ferry from Rostock to Nynäshamn.