Karlskrona to Gdynia Ferry

The Karlskrona Gdynia ferry route connects Sweden with Poland. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 21 times each week with sailing durations from around 10 hours 15 minutes.

Karlskrona Gdynia sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Route and port details

Karlskrona to Gdynia Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from Sweden to Poland page.

Karlskrona - Gdynia Ferry Operators

  • Stena Line
    • 3 Sailings Daily 10 hr 15 min
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Karlskrona Gdynia Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Karlskrona Gdynia route is a car and 2 passengers.

Karlskrona Gdynia Ferry reviews

  • "Dogs allowed to roam in passenger areas"

    Everything very good apart from large number of dogs allowed in passenger areas and smokers lighting up anywhere they chose rather than dedicated smoking areas.

    'Anonymous' travelled Karlskrona Gdynia with Stena Line on Stena Vision

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  • "nice one night voyage"

    it was really great choice to board on Stena Spirit as i had a pleasant time there

    'Juyeong' travelled Karlskrona Gdynia with Stena Line on Stena Spirit

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  • "Karlskrona gdynia"

    Happy with the trip. The cabin could've been decorated nicer.

    'Ricardo' travelled Karlskrona Gdynia with Stena Line on Stena Spirit

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  • "Disappointed"

    Food is good. Staff are rude and inconsiderate. My cabin smells.

    'Anonymous' travelled Karlskrona Gdynia with Stena Line on Stena Spirit

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Karlskrona Guide

The Swedish city of Karlskrona is home to Sweden's only remaining naval base and is the headquarters of Sweden's Coast Guard. Referred to as Sweden's only baroque city, Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands and lies on the eastern part of the Blekinge Archipelago. Once the property of the Swedish Nave, the islet of Stumholmen is now home to the National Naval Museum (Marinmuseum).

An important day for the residents of the city is the day before midsummer's eve, when the town puts on a large fair that usually attracts many tens of thousands of visitors. The fair, called Lovmarknaden (The Leaf Fair), is also popular with the city's residents. Also held in late June/early August, in the town's harbour, is a festival called The Sail where sailing boats line up at the pier and where many families go to have something to eat and drink. Another attraction in the city is its town square which is the largest main square in Scandinavia.

Karlskrona Ferry Port has a range of services and facilities for travellers. The port provides short and long stay car parks with conveniently located spaces for disabled drivers.

Gdynia Guide

The Polish city of Gdynia is one of the youngest Polish cities and lies on the Baltic Sea coast. The city has a thriving and busy harbour and centre and is a popular place to visit, especially during the summer months, because of its lovely sandy beaches. The city's port is one of Poland's major seaports and is a major centre of shipbuilding and is also a major centre of business all of which has made it Poland's most prosperous city.

Gdynia is located to the Polish cities of Gdansk and Sopot which together form the Tricity conurbation which helps to develop economic activity for the region. If you are especially interested in 1920's and 1930's architecture, the Gdynia may be the perfect destination for you as there is not much in the city that is older than this. Popular attractions in the city include two ship museums, the frigate Dar Pomorza and the destroyer Blyskawica. Also of interest is the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium that enables visitors to further develop their understanding of the sea.