Lindaliin, which operates a high-speed ferry route connecting Tallinn and Helsinki, opened its new season on Friday.
The past winter was mild and preparations for the new navigation season went smoothly, Lindaliin AS CEO Enn Rohula said.
"There have been springs when passengers have had to wait until the end of April for the opportunity to travel rapidly from city center to city center, but this year we're beginning at the end of March already," he said.
The high-speed catamaran Karolin will make 4-6 trips daily in each direction through April 11, with the schedule being denser on Fridays and Sundays, when demand is highest. Additional departures will be added beginning April 12, increasing the number of departures to six daily.
Lindaliin has been operating on the Tallinn-Helsinki route since 1997. The crossing takes one hour and 40 minutes.
Editor: Aili Vahtla