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Paldiski is Sea port town situated on the Pakri peninsula of north-western Estonia. From here you can take ferries to Kapellskär whichi is situated 60 miles north of Stockholm in Sweden.
Ferries to and from Paldiski
The DFDS Seaways LISCO ferry service offers a wide range of entertainment and other facilities including quality restaurants, bars, lounges, relaxing saunas and swimming pools and a number of other spa and recreational facilities on board their modern and comfortable ships.
Paldiski port, located on the Pakri peninsula of north-western Estonia is a simple but well equipped modern port serving both cargo and passenger vessels.
Paldiski port facilities
Paldiski ferry port has limited facilities at the passenger terminal but the few basic facilities available are a convenience store, a cafe, public telephones and disabled facilities which are open for ferry arrivals and departures.
Getting to Paldiski port
The port has strong connections by road from the rest of the country. A Free car park is available outside the ferry terminal. Please see our map for more information.
On the Pakri peninsula of north western Estonia lies the town and Baltic Sea port of Paldiski. Paldiski was originally a Swedish settlement, then it became a Russian naval base in the 18th century. When it swapped hands to Estonia it was spelt Baltiski and then in 1933 the Estonian pronunciation Paldiski became the official name. The city is served by Paldiski Port with ferry links to Kapellskar in Sweden.
Northern Port of Paldiski, Peetri 11, 768 05 Paldiski, Estonia