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Ferries Stena Line

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
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The ferry company Stena Line was created in 1939 in Gothenburg by Sten A. Olsson, a businessman who started his commercial activity based on transport and sale of metal materials in Sweden.

In 1946, Olsson purchased the first ship of his fleet and realized he could expands his business also in other northern European countries, in order to provide ferry connections for people and goods, promoting the economic growth of this area.

Among the maritime company's goals, sustainability and continuous expansion are the most pursued.

Stena Line ferries have reduced their environmental impact. Since the1990s Stena Line  has worked hard for reducing CO2 emission and the use of fuel by investing on the use of alternative energies (solar, wind etc.).

With its impressive fleet which includes 36 ships and around 5600 employees, Stena Line is today one of the world's largest shipping companies. It established itself as the leader in maritime transport in Northern Europe and its dense network of connections operates between the main ports of Ireland, the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Latvia, Sweden and Norway.

Stena Line Fleet and on board services

In the Baltic Sea area, Stena Line offers connections between Sweden and Denmark (from the port of Gothenburg to the port of Frederikshavn, and from the port of Halmstad to Grenaa), between Sweden and Germany (from the port of Gothenburg to the port of Kiel, and from the port of Trelleborg to the ports of Rostock and Sassnitz), Sweden and Poland (from the port of Karlskrona to the port of Gdynia), between Sweden and Latvia (from the port of Nynäshamn to the port of Ventspils), between Germany and Latvia (from the port of Travemünde to the port of Liepaja), between Denmark and Norway (from the port of Frederikshavn to the port of Oslo).

Many other connections in the North Sea area are provided by the ferry company. Connections are planned between Scotland and Northern Ireland (from the port of Cairnryan to the port of Belfast), between England and Northern Ireland (from the ports of Heysham and Liverpool to the port of Belfast), Wales and Ireland (from the port of Holyhead to the port of Dublin and from the port of Fishguard to the port of Rosslare), between Ireland and France (from the port of Rosslare to the port of Cherbourg), between England and Holland (from the ports of Harwick and Killingholme to the ports of Rotterdam and Hoek Van Holland).

On board services can change according to the Stena Line ferry serving the route.

Stena Line ships offer bars, restaurants, shops, lounges, nursery, children's playground area, restorooms, TV rooms, Wi-Fi, indoor or seaview cabins with beds and private bathroom, suites, panoramic terraces, and kennels for pets.