Swinoujscie Ferries - Prices from £229
Book a ferry to Swinoujscie with AFerry. Ferries to Swinoujscie, in Poland, are available from Bornholm and Sweden. You can take a ferry to Swinoujscie from Ronne, Trelleborg and Ystad.
Swinoujscie Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Swinoujscie are operated by Polferries, TT-Line and Unity Line. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Swinoujscie, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Swinoujscie, 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 Gdynia to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Swinoujscie ferries with Polferries, TT-Line and Unity 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 Swinoujscie will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Swinoujscie (meaning "the outlet of Swina") is located the north western Poland at the mouth of river Swina opening into the Baltic Sea. Swinoujscie is situated mainly on the islands of Uznam, Wolin and Karsibor unlike any other Polish city. The island of Uznam is the town's main tourism island well known for fashionable spas and bathing resorts including salt springs and therapeutic mud baths.
If you catch a ferry from Swinoujscie, visit the fabulous Spa Park which is 170 years old, a neo gothic "Stella Maris" church famous for its picturesque stained glass windows, the tallest lighthouse on the Baltic Sea and many other fine resorts spread across the town's islands.
Ferries to and from Swinoujscie
Unity Line offer great deals and promotions on Swinoujscie ferries on board their modern and fully featured fleet of ferries. There are various types of cabins to suit every level of comfort and are spacious and comfortable, ensuring your journey is a pleasure in itself and you arrive refreshed at your destination.
Polferries is the largest ferry company in Poland. On board their ships, you will find excellent amenities including shops, cafes, restaurants and bars meaning any journey with this ferry company is bound to be comfortable and stress-free.
In 2008, Polferries was awarded the certificate of Leader of Polish Tourism by Monthly tourist industry magazine Travel Market.
Facilities onboard TT Line ferries include bars and restaurants serving a varied selection of freshly made delicacies, different types of cabins furnished to the highest standards, lounges with panoramic views of the Baltic Sea, various entertainment and leisure facilities and duty free shopping.
Swinoujscie port facilities
Swinoujscie ferry port is the largest and modern ferry terminal in Poland providing passenger and freight sailings to many destinations. Swinoujscie ferry terminal is equipped with all the facilities for the passengers.
Getting to Swinoujscie
The ferry port of Swinoujscie is well connected to the European route E65 running across from Sweden to Greece. The road connections to the port of Swinoujscie are very good from both within Poland and from Germany, just across the border.
From Szczecin, drive on road no.10 for 7 miles and turn right onto S4/E28 and drive for about 17 miles. Then take road no.3 or E65 and drive 37 miles to Swinoujscie - Wolin until you reach the city centre and follow the signs to the ferry port.
From Berlin, drive on E28 all the way to Szczecin and follow the above directions from Szczecin.
Swinoujscie has four railway stations, on Wolin Island with regular regional connections to Szczecin and long distance connections to other Polish cities. The railway station is just minutes away by foot from the port and general rail links are very good. The Odra Railway connects Szczecin and Swinoujscie with western and southern Europe.
Whichever company you choose for your Swinoujscie ferry journey, you will find booking easy and straightforward with AFerry.
Dworcowa 1, 72-606, Swinoujscie, Poland
Ul. Duñska, 272-600 Swinoujscie, Poland
Dworcowa 1, 72-606, Swinoujscie, Poland
19 Jul 2018Pleasant trip
Ferry was good, cabin slightly more spacious than hull zeebrugge route, catering good, bars good and reasonable prices. Room clean, beds OK etc. I would recommend this trip although it does arrive pretty early.
Review by RICHARD
11 Sep 2016Still in the dark ages
I did not know what to expect from this trip. The last time I used a ferry was 23 years ago so I was expecting some things to have changed. Wrong. The check in procedure was not easy by bike. On board my bike was put somewhere secure but there were no signs where to go. On board there did not seem to be enough toilets and the facilities in the toilet I found was poor. Dirty. Lots of flys. The customer service was average and I sensed that they do not have a lot if time for customers. They were not unpleasant. Just a little short. Maybe tired. The food was delicious and I liked the buffet where you could take as much as you like though I could see how people might take advantage of this. I found somewhere to sit for the journey and that was comfortable enough. The walk on the outside part of the ferry was pleasant and overall it was good value for money costing me less than 40 pounds but it has not changed in two decades which is surprising.
Review by Cheekymikeee
15 Sep 2014Excellent
It was marvellous stepping onto the boat in Ystad. Suddenly one was in Poland with great service, really decent prices and a lovely journey. 7 hours worth for about the same as the Puttgarden/Rodby 45 minutes or the 20 minute Copenhagen/Malmo bridge. Brilliant.
Review by Kai Peters
06 Sep 2014Ystad-Swinoujscie in POLONIA of Unity Line
I arrived in Ystad by train from Stockholm via Malmö. It was raining so I didn't get to explore Ystad much. The ferry terminal is within walking distance of the town centre and railway station. On the ship, I had dinner in the restaurant then went to bed. I wanted to get a full night's sleep before the ship arrived in Swinoujscie at 0645. The cabin was comfortable. I didn't have breakfast aboard the ship. In Swinoujscie, I walked to the railway station where there are luggage lockers, then got the local free ferry across to the town centre.
Review by Geoffrey Hamer
20 Jun 2014Lost in Poland
Scarce on board announcements and with one exception all in Polish.
Review by Anon