Tallink Grupp ferry sold to new owners

Photo: Tallink Grupp
Photo: Tallink Grupp

Tallinn Swedish Line, a subsidiary of Estonia's Tallink Grupp, has entered into an agrement for the sale of the Ro-Pax ferry Sea Wind to an unnamed buyer.

The vessel was delivered to its new owners at Paljassaare Harbour in Tallinn on Tuesday, April 26.

Sea Wind was built in 1972 at the Helsingør Skipsværft shipyard in Helsingör, Denmark. The ferry operated between Sweden and Finland for 25 years.

It started operating under the Estonian flag in 2015 and has been operating firstly on the Tallinn-Vuosaari route and later on the Muuga-Vuosaari route since then.

Paavo Nõgene, CEO of Tallink Grupp, said Sea Wind will continue operational sailings along other routes under its new owners.

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