St. Peter Line – Visa-free cruise on “Princess Anastasia”
St. Peter line has proudly presented its brand new Princess Anastasia cruise ferry. Russkie Prostori were invited to this presentation. So Anna and Grigory had a chance to ask questions and take good pictures of the ferry and new St. Petersburg passenger port. Now we got information for you!
Princess Anastasia / Long-term Perspectives
First of all the new ferry line is a significant step forward in developing relations between Russia and Baltic countries. A tremendous interest from Swedish and Estonian tourists will contribute to strengthening cultural, economic and trade relations between Russia, Sweden and Estonia.
Princess Anastasia / Royal Services
Accommodating of a Modern ferry Princess Anastasia is about 2400 passengers. There are 580 cabins of different price ranges depending on a class. Ferry’s car deck can carry 580 vehicles.You may plan a weekend trips with a stopover in Tallinn on the return run from Stockholm
The ferry boasts wonderful conditions for the Baltic Sea voyages: comfortable cabins within developed infrastructure, SPA facilities, restaurants, bars, concert halls and Duty Free shops. Travelling children are surrounded by care and attention of qualified nannies. St. Peter Line Company offers its clients best quality services at the highest world standards.
Princess Anastasia / Visa-free ferry
St.Pterline presented first time in the history Visa Free Cruise from Sweden to Russia. As the schedule is made for the comfort of tourists, the new ferry line is the most convenient and affordable way of traveling to Russia. Weekend trips are scheduled to make stops in Tallinn, Estonia on the way from Stockholm, Sweden to St.Petersburg, Russia. Passengers from all over the world can enjoy marvelous treasures of Russian North Capital St.Petersburg within 72 hours without Russian visa.
Prices for ferry tickets have been set at the most comfortable and affordable levels. Governor Valentina I. Matviyenko personally and St. Petersburg government did their best to improve the touristic infrastructure of the city, to provide adequate security level and thus to attract tourists. In 2010 more than five million foreign tourists visited St. Petersburg exceeded.
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