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Ferry to Poland from Sweden

Discover the best ferry crossings to Poland from Sweden


Poland ⇔ Sweden
18 Hours
Up to 7 times per week


Poland ⇔ Sweden
6h 30 mins.
Up to 10 times per week


Poland ⇔ Sweden
6h 30 mins.
Up to 30 times per week


Poland ⇔ Sweden
11 Hours
up to 14 times per week

Getting to Poland by ferry from Sweden

Three ferry companies operate between Sweden and Poland: TT-Line, Stena Lina & PolFerries.

From Sweden, you can choose between three different crossings to Poland. The shortest is the TT line ferry from Swinousjcie to Trelleborg from Nynashamn you can sail to Gdansk, and the ferries to Gdynia, operated by the ferries from Stena Line, sail from Karlskrona to Poland.

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Poland – Sweden ferry route map

The map with ferry routes provides an overview of the various routes between Sweden and Poland available. You can obtain detailed information on specific routes by clicking on individual ferry markers. Utilize the zoom feature to get a more comprehensive and detailed overview. Via this map you can further explore the three ferry routes active from Sweden to Poland and vice versa.

Sweden to Poland Ferry Information

A few options are available if you wish to travel from Sweden to Poland by ferry. The three routes connecting Sweden to Poland are convenient for Polish tourists and passengers from Central and Eastern Europe or for Swedish tourists.

These ferries depart from Trelleborg, Nynashamn and Karslrkona and are situated in South and Southeastern Sweden. Nynashamn is close to Stockholm. If you're travelling from  Stockholm, taking the ferry to Gdansk from Nynashamn will bring you the closest, while when you depart from Karlskrona, the trip is a bit shorter and a bit further south but still in the eastern coastal region of Sweden.

The ports of Gdansk and Gdynia, both accessible by ferry from Sweden, are located pretty close to each other and are only a 40-minute drive apart.

If you prefer a shorter ferry ride, then the ferry from Swinoujscie to Trelleborg is a good option, as it only takes 6 hours and 30 minutes. Trelleborg is located at the southernmost tip of Sweden and is close to Malmö and the Danish capital, Copenhagen. From here, you can travel to Swinoujscie, which is close to the German border.

These ferries to Poland are an excellent choice for people from Sweden and Norway heading to Central and Eastern Europe.

No matter your travel plans, booking the appropriate ferry is essential to ensure a comfortable journey. You can compare the various crossings below to determine the best option for you.

Timetable, availability, and compare prices

Our online booking module makes finding and booking your desired ferry crossing to Poland rather 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!

Book your ferry ticket early to save money and secure your desired crossing

Booking your ferry tickets as soon as possible is the best way to save money and secure your desired crossing. As more passengers book their spots, the price of ferry tickets increases. By booking early, you can take advantage of lower prices and avoid the disappointment of a fully booked ferry.

Frequently Asked Questions

The ferry from Sweden to Poland takes at least 6 hours and 30 minutes; depending on which crossing you choose, this can be up to 18 hours. The fastest crossing is from Trelleborg, which is in the ultimate south of Sweden to Swinoujscie in Western Poland, close to Germany

It entirely depends on when and how you book. We've looked up the prices for the crossings in peak season for two persons + a car we came to a cost of around €250 for the shortest crossing. In peak season, the other crossings deviate from €300-€350 for two persons and a car.

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