Tallink’s Baltic Princess launched in Finland


The vessel will have 927 cabins, four restaurants and a conference centre for up to 450 people. There are also two show bars, the bigger one extending through two floors, plus a nightclub, two pubs, a cigar bar and a piano bar. The ship will also have a large area for children and a hall equipped with electronic games. The Baltic Princess will start on the Tallinn-Helsinki route this coming summer, replacing the Galaxy, which will be taken to the Turku-Stockholm line. The Silja Festival will be taken from there to the Riga-Stockholm route.

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