Tallink M/s Victoria I was built in 2004 and is sister ship to the m/s Romantica. The Victoria I is a comfortable and modern cruise ferry with capacity for around 2500 passengers. Onboard you’ll find a selection of cabin accommodation, fine dining restaurants, bars, shops, a playroom for children, a sauna department and much more.
There’s a choice of onboard cabin accommodation on the Victoria ranging from spacious luxury suites to standard inside cabins. All cabins are en-suite (shower/WC) with a wardrobe and television.
In terms of restaurant choice you’ll find something to suit all tastes onboard the Victoria. The versatile Piazza Á la Carte restaurant serves meat, fish and seasonal dishes as well as breakfast while in the high quality Gourmet restaurant you can experience the chef's best creations with a quality glass or bottle of wine. For a traditional maritime smorgasbord head to the Tallink Buffet.
In the continental Bellman café you’ll find special coffees and an irresistible assortment of freshly baked cakes and pastries. Fast Food 25h in an excellent choice when you want something quick and there’s a selection of salads, wraps and hearty sandwiches on offer.
In the summer months you can relax outside and enjoy the Baltic view on the Sun Bar terrace.
There is plenty on offer in the onboard shops including perfumes, cosmetics, confectionary and travel essentials – all at tax free prices too!
If you’re hoping to indulge in a bit of relaxation therapy during your crossing then the Victoria I has just what you are looking for. Massage, facial, hand and foot treatments are available in Hera beauty salon and in the sauna department you can relax in a traditional sauna or try the Turkish steam room. In between steams you can enjoy a cold drink at the sauna bar too.
On Victoria I there is a large playroom for young children while teenagers can make the most of the onboard entertainment including karaoke.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Victoria I 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
We were at a loose end in Stockholm so decided to visit Tallinn and Estonia for a fortnight in order properly to experience the country. The ferry was easy to book and to access at both ends. The cabin was as described, small but comfortable. The entertainment was good and the food also. We can recommend the grand buffet but, if not included in your ticket, you may need to book early and go to the buffet to make a reservation. superb range of food, wine and beer included in the price. Beware Swedes on a booze cruise, they can be a trifle noisy!
Reviewed by Kenneth who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Excellent ferry; long walks for pedestrians"
If you thought that using a ferry would avoid the long walks so often necessary in airports, forget it - Tallink Silja want you to get plenty of exercise at both Stockholm and Tallinn (and this is especially true at Stockholm if you use public transport to get to the terminal). However once on the ferry the accommodation is excellent (we were in an en-suite cabin); the buffet dinner is superb and well worth splashing-out on - but note that there are two sittings (go and book your table when you arrive on board).
Reviewed by John who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
The facilities on board the Victoria were wonderful. It was an amazing journey from Stockholm to Tallinn. Such great scenery. The cabin, on board shopping and entertainment added to such a glorious crossing. Well done Tallink From a Stockport County supporter.
Reviewed by Stephen who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Fun on a ferry"
It was more like a cruise ship than a ferry! Had a good time and everything, including accomodation, was great. Could improve the wifi.
Reviewed by Noel who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Good ferry crossing "
Nice outdoor cabin with adequate space and ensuite facilities. Excellent views on leaving Stockholm
Reviewed by Marcus who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"very pleasant voyage"
enjoyed the overnight cruise; very comfortable deluxe cabin; good staff & facilities onboard
Reviewed by Antony who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
Modern and clean boat which had all the facilities needed for the trip from Tallinn to Stockholm. Disappointed not to get breakfast in the ticket price (unlike trip from Copenhagen to Oslo)
Reviewed by Lisa who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Our Trip Tallinn to Stockholm"
We travelled from Tallinn to Stockholm on the Victoria and enjoyed the 'mini cruise' on Fathers Day. Our Special meal in the restaurant was really good although the waiter was a bit pushy and didn't really give us time to study fully the menu. The show after was really good. The cabin was really clean and the journey into Stockholm in the morning through the islands was beautiful. we were lucky to have such good weather. Although it's nothing to do with the Tallink Silja Line be careful when you get off as the taxis will try to rip you off when there are transfer buses to take you into town. £40 taxi as against £12 bus.
Reviewed by Anthony who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
This was a comfortable and smooth journey. The ship has impressive facilities. My only complaint would be that everything is geared to relaxation, and little account is taken of those who may need to do some work. This could be improved if the Conference Area was accessible for longer and didn't have a Cuban dance band playing right outside the doors!
Reviewed by Stephen who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Stockholm to Tallinn"
The ferry port in Stockholm was easy to get too. The self check-in service worked well. We boarded the ship with guides to help us find our cabin. The cabin was clean tidy and good for a 16 hour crossing. The food outlets were varied. we used the grand buffet it was excellent, beer soft drinks and wine included in the price well worth it. Large duty free shops to buy things if you had forgotten anything Overall a very good experience would recommend it. The fare was very reasonable to good value for money.
Reviewed by Peter who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
The ship was a good way to arrive in Tallinn. The crew was very competent and the facilities provides were clean and comfortable.
Reviewed by Dorothy who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
Booking was easy enough. Cabins were clean and tidy. Nice ride and on time.
Reviewed by Zeliha who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
We travelled overnight from Stockholm to Tallinn as part of a few days holiday in that part of the world. The ferry was very comfortable (we had a double bed) and the shower was fantastic. The buffet was good value and quality, as was the breakfast. The entertainment was dire, but we didn't go for that!
Reviewed by Charlotte who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
Everything was fine - nice cabin, nice boat; classy, and good value for money. Easy to book from a far-away country, and all was clear throughout, booking and travelling. Would happily sail again if in the region.
Reviewed by David who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
We travelled on board the Victoria 1 from Stockholm to Tallinn and back. Beautiful boat, perfectly on time, and all facilities are within easy reach..
Reviewed by Paul who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
The overnight trip to Tallinn on the Tallink Silja ferry was quite pleasant. Our cabin was very comfortable, the staff polite and competent, the observation deck quite accommodating to our needs, and the food options reasonably priced considering ferries have "captive crowds." All in all, a very nice experience!
Reviewed by Larry who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
Not what I'd expected. Had booked to get from Stockholm to Tallinn with our camper van, ended up with nights entertainment, comfy quiet room (rare while touring) and a boot load of cheep drinks for the trip! Would definitely recommend. Only advice, get to the breakfast buffet early.
Reviewed by Jade who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
First time on a ship. It was amazing travel between the Swedish archipelago at sunset... Suggestive view. On board there is also a SPA, €5 for 1 an a half. It's a pity that russian don't know how to be quiet inside the sauna. Reach reastaunts, there is not only set menu as I read on the reviews before booking.
Reviewed by Stefano who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
I loved to spent time on your ship even if it was only for one night. Excellent dinner and amazing view in the morning when we were going to stockholm!!!
Reviewed by Mara who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I
"Good crossing to Tallinn"
Good beds, comfortable, good food.
Reviewed by Margaretra who travelled with Tallink Silja on Victoria I