St.Peter Line, a shipping company, which deals with services from Helsinki, St. Petersburg and Stockholm, has announced the opening of a new visa free ferry line, Stockholm - St. Petersburg.
St.Pterline's visa free cruise from Sweden to Russia is the first of its kind in the cruising history of the region.
Princess Anastasia cruising ferry at a sea port in St. Petersburg, March 31, 2011. The ferry will be operating twice a week on the Stockholm – St. Peterburg line.
Beginning April 2011, the new Princess Anastasia cruising ferry will be operating twice a week on the Stockholm – St. Peterburg line, the company said in a statement.
The new ferry line will be the most convenient and affordable way of traveling to Russia, it said, adding that 3-day weekend trips are scheduled to make stops in Tallinn on the way from Stockholm to St. Petersburg.
Princess Anastasia has a capacity of accommodating up to 2353 passengers, up to 580 vehicles and offers cabins of various standards and pricing.
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