Change of ship for Finnlines’ service

After many years on the line between Malmö and Travemünde, it is time for Nordlink to service the route between Kapellskär in Sweden and Nådendal in Finland.

This week the ship was reflagged under the Finnish flag and its name was changed to Finnswan. Finnswan is being replaced by her sister ship, Europalink, however, in practice this will not take place until May.

 Europalink is due to go into the shipyard during the spring, and the same applies for Finntrader, which also services the Malmö – Travemünde route. This means that Europalink, Finnswan and Finntrader will rotate in the timetable during the period up to May.

Read more about Finnnnlines at www.finnlines.com.
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