M/S Baltic Queen is one of the most modern ships in the Tallink Silva fleet with her maiden voyage taking place as recently as 2009. Onboard you’ll find she meets the high standards expected of a Tallink Silja ship including a large selection of luxury cabin accommodation, several restaurants, numerous bars, nightclubs, a shopping area, children’s play area, an excellent sauna department, a modern conference room and onboard entertainment.
There are more than 900 cabins onboard ranging from spacious balcony suites to standard inside cabins. All cabins are en-suite with a TV and specially adapted cabins for disabled passengers and allergy-friendly cabins are also available.
There are numerous places to eat onboard the Baltic Queen with something to satisfy every taste. At the à la carte ‘Gourmet’ restaurant you’ll enjoy the best flavours on the Baltic Sea whilst admiring the wonderful sea view. There is also a Russian à la carte restaurant ‘Katarina’ and the 266 seater ‘Grill House’. If you fancy a bit of everything then head to the Buffet for a rich variety of dishes enjoyed in front of a magnificent sea view or head to the cafeteria for light snacks.
In terms of drinking venues, the Baltic Queen does not disappoint! The classy Martini Bar is a marvellous place to enjoy an aperitif while listening to a piano. The cosy Cigar Club takes you away from the stresses of everyday life with hefty lounge chairs, wide cigar selection and inviting decoration to enchant not only cigar lovers. You’ll also find 2 pubs onboard – Sailors Pub and the Baltic Pub. Both feature a wide selection of drinks and a relaxing atmosphere.
For entertainment, the Art Deco style Starlight night club provides magnificent surroundings with glamorously entertaining shows. In Disco Zenith passengers dance till dawn with the best hit music while in the bow of the ship Moonlight Dance Bar offers diverse selection of the best dance hits from the golden times of disco to modern day.
On deck 6 of the Baltic Queen you’ll find a stylish shopping street where you can find international fashion, tastes and scents. In the Cosmetic Boutique you’ll find the best known perfumes, cosmetics and skin care brands while in the shop you’ll find a selection of gifts, jewellery, clothes, toys, souvenirs, toiletries electronics and more. The Supermarket features a full selection of strong liquors, wines, beers, tobacco, sweets and food.
The Baltic Queen is a classic cruise ferry where a lot of attention has been focused on providing entertainment to its passengers. To make the whole trip even more glamorous and inspire your senses, the Baltic Princess also has ‘Show Time’. In the autumn spectacular comic performances intertwining humour, dancing and singing can be seen on the best cruise ships of the Baltic Sea. The unforgettable experience from these nights brings a long-lasting smile to your face.
For some relaxation, the 2nd deck's sauna department makes a pleasant crossing even more enjoyable. The beautifully built sauna department has 2 private saunas, public saunas and pools for both children and adults. There are separate public saunas for men and women.
Baltic Queen is a ship capable of entertaining the whole family! In addition to a children’s playroom and a PlayStation room, during school holidays Tallink put special programs together for children with specially trained staff on hand to make the experience as enjoyable as possible organizing all kinds of activities during the crossing.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Baltic Queen guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
97% of our customers recommended this ship
"Tallinn and Helsinki"
good and comfortable.
Reviewed 25 October 2016 by Kok Choy who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"A real treat !"
My trip from Tallinn to Helsinki and return with Direct Ferries was a real treat and very much added to the enjoyment of my day trip. It was all very comfortable and efficient and the fact there was a cabin for my return at the end of a long day was amazing - I had a shower then stretched out on the comfy bed. Many thanks.
Reviewed 14 September 2016 by Nancy who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Convenience, comfort and easy check in"
After a bicycle tour through the Baltic Capitals, we ended up in Tallinn and decided to take the ferry back to Helsinki. At the beginning of the trip, we opted to fly from Helsinki to Vilnius due to time constraints. The 3 ½ hour ferry ride was comfortable. We hadn't booked a cabin, so sat in the cafeteria at a table with a window. Food and beverage offers were good. Location of the terminal in Tallinn was very convenient to our hotel. The West Terminal in Helsinki offered tram #9 as a way to get downtown and from there to our lodging.
Reviewed 14 September 2016 by Richard who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Great experience from start to finish!"
Luxurious ship with everything you need. Very calm crossing and great value for money.
Reviewed 08 September 2016 by Margaret who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Very efficient, lots of amenities. "
The ferry is very fast and the boarding is very efficient. Its obvious they do this route many times a day. Many options for food, supermarket etc. I was extremely tired on this ferry and could have done with lying down. Could have had a cinema sort of room.
Reviewed 06 September 2016 by Stuart who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"It is nice and sure"
My friend took the flight Tallinn-Helsinki and almost was late to flight from Helsinki but luggage was lost
Reviewed 22 August 2016 by Alexander who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
We had a good time. The ship is well equipped and there is almost every thing that you need.
Reviewed 08 May 2016 by Roberto who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Nice trip from Helsinki to Tallinn"
We took the ferry between Helsinki and Tallinn and it was a very pleasant trip. Friendly staff, nice and clean on the ferry, arrival and departure on time and good food. Absolutely a successful trip! Extra credits for the fast and easy booking system online and self check in at the ferry terminal.
Reviewed 11 October 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
Very good ferry! The trip went quietly and nice.
Reviewed 02 October 2015 by Jakub who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
Both ships were very large and comfortable. Journeys were smooth and punctual.
Reviewed 10 September 2015 by Cristina who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
ALL OK, HUGE SHIP, NEW, PUNCTUAL
Reviewed 31 August 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
We enjoyed the crossing, there were plenty of places to eat, drink and sit and lots of onboard entertainment. More like a small cruise ship than a ferry!
Reviewed 27 August 2015 by Anya who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Perfect Cruise : Baltic Queen"
It is ok for travelling on this cruise.We are enjoy for shopping,eating,relaxing with your coffe shop,pub....etc.Expectially on floor 6 & 7 .We hope to go this cruise in the future.
Reviewed 20 August 2015 by Apaporn Sivadat from Thailand who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
I recommend to get the tickets from Tallin to Helsinki through Direct Ferries as they got the best prices! I did not have any problem during the trip. Baltic Queen is a ship with a lot of rooms for fun, that is why it is going twice longer than a normal ship. During the crossing I had enough time to do the shopping , go tot he bar. Tallink Superstar got duty free shop, a place to relax, and we travelled only 2h , instead of 3.5h
Reviewed 05 August 2015 by Marcin who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Helsinki or the ferries? Ferries. "
Maybe it's that it was my first time ever taking a ferry somewhere. I enjoyed it more than Helsinki itself. Thank you very much!
Reviewed 26 July 2015 by Tamar who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
this was the best choice and i would recommend to everyone to visit both tallinn and helsinki. It is easy, affordable and worth of visit.
Reviewed 30 June 2015 by Srdan who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Travel Tallin -Helsinki-Tallin"
The distance between Tallin and Helsinki is just 80km , the trip is short and we travelled with the deck space. To Helsinki we traveled with the ferry Super Star 2 hours. The trip was very nice. Unfortunately for the way back we travelled with Baltic Queen 3.5h , that ferry is just for fun. There is a night club , cabins, and the reastaurant. There is nto a Deck space just a few sofas. The ferry was full of people who just wanted to have fun (90%). For people who bought the trip with the Deck Space it is not so comfortable. Impossible to get to the restaurant and to the shop. It was busy as in Oxford Street in London . However are only 3.5h?!
Reviewed 04 April 2015 by Anonymous who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Travel to Talin"
I recommend Talink Silja. 3 hours travel was really pleasure.
Reviewed 08 February 2015 by Paulina who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
the ship(s) were clean, efficient, well stocked. smooth sailing. boarding was a breeze, very quick and easy. offloading passengers a bit long. offloading cargo was quick. good lighting onboard. very convenient sailing schedules. any and all announcements made over the PA were made in multi language for all concerned to understand
Reviewed 21 December 2014 by Robert who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen
"Premier Trip "
We had a fabulous trip from Tallinn to Stockholm. This was in part due to an upgrade tp premier class, but I am sure we would have enjoyed the trip in any case. Why? A big part was the ship, herself. she appeared to glide soundlessly across the Baltic. From our room we had a fabulous view out over the bow of the ship through a huge picture window-like porthole. After a delicious dinner in the a la carte restayrant(after our complimentary champagne)' we went happily to sleep. When we woke in the morning and raised the blind there we were in the archipelago approaching Stockholm! What a way to wake up. This trip was one of the highlights of our European adventure.
Reviewed 18 August 2014 by Harvey who travelled with Tallink Silja on Baltic Queen