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Where is Silja Europa now?

Where is Silja Europa now?

The current position of SILJA EUROPA is at Baltic Sea (coordinates 60.15058 N / 24.91838 E) reported 1 min ago by AIS.

Where is Silja Serenade?

The current position of SILJA SERENADE is at Baltic Sea (coordinates 59.60955 N / 22.67834 E) reported 1 min ago by AIS.

Where is Silja Symphony?

MS Silja Symphony is a cruiseferry owned by the Estonian shipping company Tallink Group, operated under their Silja Line brand on a route connecting Helsinki, Finland to Stockholm, Sweden via Mariehamn. She was built in 1991 at Masa-Yards Turku New Shipyard, Finland. Silja Symphony in Kustaanmiekka.

Who owns Tallink?

It owns Silja Line and a part of SeaRail. Tallink Hotels runs four hotels in Tallinn and one in Riga. It is also the co-owner of a taxi company Tallink Takso….Tallink.

Type Public
Revenue 949.1 million euros (2019)
Net income 49.7 million euros (2019)
Number of employees 7,270 (2019)

How long is Tallink ship?

about 212 meters
The dual fuel ship will be about 212 meters in length with a passenger capacity of 2800. The fast ferry will cost around 230 million euros and will be built at Meyer Turku shipyard for delivery in the beginning of 2017.

Is Estonia a republic?

The sovereign state of Estonia is a democratic unitary parliamentary republic, administratively subdivided into 15 maakond (counties). With a population of just over 1.3 million, it is one of the least populous members of the European Union, the Eurozone, the OECD, the Schengen Area, and NATO.

How long is the ferry ride from Helsinki to Stockholm?

17 hours and 45 minutes
How long does the Ferry to Stockholm from Helsinki take? Ferry sail times on this route generally take between 16 hours and 50 minutes, to 17 hours and 45 minutes, and this variation means that there is not one single ferry duration available on this route.

What do Estonians look like?

The whole Eastern-European/ Scandinavian thing Estonians have a pretty distinct look going on due to many occupations and mixed blood. Most of us are tall and very blonde with some Eastern European facial features.

What was Estonia called before?

During this time is when the Germans became landed gentry and wielded huge influence over Estonia for the next 700 years. Territory known as Estonia and Latvia then became Medieval Livonia – a loosely tied group of small states included in the German ecclesiastical states of the Holy Roman Empire.

Can you drive between Sweden and Finland?

By Car. Though Helsinki and Stockholm are only about 250 miles apart as the crow flies, they’re separated by the Baltic Sea. That means your options are to drive all around the Gulf of Bothnia—a 1,000-mile journey that takes over 20 hours of driving—or to have your vehicle ferried across the sea to Finland.

Can you take a train from Norway to Finland?

There are no direct trains between Sweden or Norway and Finland, but the bus over the gap from Boden/Luleå (Sweden) to Kemi (Finland) is free with a Eurail pass. Finland can also be reached by ferry from Denmark, Germany or Sweden.

Who is the Managing Director of Silja Line?

In October 2009, the Managing Director of Silja Line (Tallink Silja Oy), Keijo Mehtonen, retired and Margus Schults was appointed to the post. Transferred from Tallink, replaced MS Silja Festival .

How many passengers does the Silja Line transport each year?

As of 2009 four ships service two routes under the Silja Line brand, transporting about three million passengers and 200,000 cars every year. The Silja Line ships have a market share of around 50 percent on the two routes served.

Where can I find media related to Silja Line?

Silija Line: from De Samseglande to Tallink. Ramsey, Isle of Man: Ferry Publications. ISBN 9781906608712. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Silja Line. “Fakta om Fartyg: Silja Line” (in Swedish). Archived from the original on 23 May 2012.

What colour were Silja Line ships painted?

All Silja Line ships were painted in the same colour scheme, with a white hull and superstructure, with Silja Line and the seal’s head logo on the side in dark blue.