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To book your TT-Line ferry ticket simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button. You will then be taken to the date selection page where you can obtain your personalised ferry ticket quote.

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TT-Line has been operating direct ferry crossings between Germany and southern Sweden since 1962 and is now the market leader in passenger ferries in this area. The Lübeck-based ferry company has a fleet of vessels where quality and innovative technology for the benefit of customers and the environment are at the forefront of their operation. Every day there are up to 16 crossings between Germany and Sweden to choose from. Over 700,000 passengers are carried on these routes each year.

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Further Information on TT-Line Ferry Services

TT Line operates six ships from Travemünde and Rostock in Germany to Trelleborg and Helsingborg in Sweden. On the long-established Travemünde-Trelleborg route. Four of the vessels are modern ferries Nils Holgerson, Peter Pan, Robin Hood and Nils Dake, with the last two being combi carriers.

All four ships are powered by diesel-electric drive, which is very environmentally friendly. The route between Rostock and Trelleborg, which TT-Line has been operating since 1992, is served by two comfortable ro-ro ferries Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

The commissioning of the newly-built Green Ships Nils Holgerson and Peter Pan in 2001 and the implementation of TT Line's ‘Green Bridge Concept’ in 2008 are further evidence of TT-Line's orientation towards environmentally friendly ship operation and propulsion. The Lübeck-based shipping company has received a number of awards for its consistent environmental commitment.

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