Tallink will reopen the Tallinn-Stockholm ferry line on July 9 almost 16 months after it closed due to coronavirus.
The route will initially be operated with one vessel, Baltic Queen, with departures from Tallinn and Stockholm every other day.
Tallink Grupp's CEO Paavo Nõgene said: "When we temporarily suspended the Tallinn-Stockholm ferry route on March 14, 2020, severing the crucial regular maritime connection between our two capitals for the first time in decades, we never thought it would take us nearly a year and a half to restore this connection."
He said quarantine-free travel will be in place between the two counties from July 1. Tickets will go on sale today.
Re-opening the route will once again also give people working in Scandinavia the option of traveling to work with their cars. For now, Tallink will also continue to take passengers with vehicles on board its cargo vessels Sailor and Regal Star, operating between Paldiski and Kapellskär.
Editor: Helen Wright