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Ferry from Lübeck to Helsinki Trip Information

Map showing ferry route from Lübeck to Helsinki

A daily ferry operated by Finnlines links Lübeck (Travemünde), Germany to Helsinki, Finland. At about 30 hours, this is the longest regular ferry route in the Baltic Sea, and provides a relaxing way to reach Scandinavia from Germany.


From Port To Port Departure Time Arrival Time Operator
Lübeck (Travemünde) Port, Skandinavienkai Terminal Helsinki (Vuosaari), Hansa Terminal 02:45 09:15 Finnlines Book Trip

Ferry from Lübeck to Helsinki Trip Statistics

Average Trip Duration 29:39
Departure City Lübeck, Germany
Arrival City Helsinki, Finland
Ferry Operators Finnlines

Frequently Asked Questions

You can bring your vehicle or motorcycle to all ferries listed on FerryScan. Please note that vehicle space is limited, and often sells out well before passenger seats. We have a limited selection of vehicle types on FerryScan, however you can always contact us to get any vehicle booked.

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We have limited support for online bookings with pets at the moment. Please contact us for bookings with pets, we would be happy to help you.

Almost all ferries have cabins onboard available for purchase. Some routes (often overnight) require a cabin, which is included in your ticket. You can always upgrade your cabin for extra money. The cheapest cabins are usually in the bottom of the ship near the engines. We suggest trying to avoid these at all costs, especially during the winter when there are rough seas.

On Baltic Sea ferries, there are generally a lot of activities to choose from. There are many restaurants, bars, cafes and shopping. On larger ships you can also find night clubs, spas and theaters.

Ferry Ports in Lübeck

Ferry ports in Lübeck that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.

Ferry Ports in Helsinki

Ferry ports in Helsinki that have regular passenger and vehicle ferry traffic.

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