Gdynia Ferries - Prices from £430
Book a ferry to Gdynia with AFerry. Ferries to Gdynia, in Poland, are available from Sweden. You can take a ferry to Gdynia from Karlskrona.
Gdynia Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Gdynia are operated by Stena Line. When you search for a ferry to Gdynia, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Gdansk and Swinoujscie to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Gdynia ferries with Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Gdynia will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Gdynia is a young city that has many cultural attractions, film festivals (the "Polish Cannes"), Summer Jazz concerts and the popular Musical Theatre. In June, Gdynia celebrates the "Marine Festival" which is famous internationally. Exploring the town and the harbour you will find many bars and restaurants and Gdynia also offers a buzzing night life.
The city was constructed after the seaport. Situated on Gdansk Bay, Gdynia is now a dynamic city with nearly 260,000 inhabitants and it is Poland's "window to the world". Situated on a scenic coastal landscape and with the forest on the hills around it, Gdynia offers a great variety of outdoor activities.
In Gdynia there are activities such as walking, cycling, diving courses and expeditions, as well as mountain bike competitions and motor boat driving lessons. Furthermore, in Gdynia you can enjoy the beautiful beach awarded in 2005 with the prestigious Blue Flag.
Ferries to and from Gdynia
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Whether you choose to sail with Stena Line you are certain to have a pleasant and relaxing journey on board your Gdynia ferry.
In 1920 the Polish Government decided to construct a major seaport in the village of Gdynia. Due to financial difficulties, in 1923 it was still only a small harbour. The construction continued until 1939 when Gdynia became the largest and most modern seaport on the Baltic Sea and one of the biggest in Europe. Gdynia Port still maintains its predominance in the Baltic Sea. Situated on the north coast of Poland, Gdynia is in a perfect position to offer regular ferries to Karlskrona in Sweden, which can be booked through AFerry
Gdynia port facilities
There is short and long-term parking at Gdynia Port.
Getting to Gdynia
Gdynia is well connected to the rest of Poland by the motorway E28 and the roads numbered 6, 20, 1 and 7. From Gdansk: Gdansk and Gdynia are only about 18 Km apart. Head North-West toward Grzegorza Piramowicza and continue straight on Aleja Grunwaldzka, the same road will change names to Aleja Niepodleglosci and Aleja Zwyciestwa and will lead you straight to the centre of Gdynia.
Kwiatkowskiego 60, PL-81156, Gdynia, Poland
12 Apr 2017First trip
better food and aintertainment would be much appreciated
Review by PIOTR SKURTYS
05 Aug 2015Poland the Long Way Round
Ferry was fine. Food was excellent in the table service restaurant. Only niggle was being expected to vacate cabin by 6.30 when the ferry doesn't arrive until 7.30am.
Review by DAVID ANDREWS
07 Jul 2012Reserved Recliner Seats?
We booked our trip based on "Reserved Recliner Seats." Not finding them we asked and were told, they did not have reccliner seats but we could take any seat. We spent a very uncomfortable night. We would not recommend Finnlines.
Review by Janice Sherry