St Peter Line is a commercial ferry company operating between Russia and Finland that allows passengers to enjoy the delights of St Petersburg for 72 hours without a Visa. The company established it's route in 2010 to take advantage of the changes in Russian legislation. Their ferry, Princess Maria, is a modern and stylish budget ferry built in Finland, and has a range of on-board entertainment to enhance the sailing experience including live entertainment, several bars, a nightclub, a sauna, café, restaurant and a choice of cabins.
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- St Peter Line ferries operate a ferry route between Helsinki in Finland and St Petersburg of Russia
- The overnight ferry crossings depart from Helsinki on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and from St Petersburg on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, all at 19:00 local time
A new route has been recently added from Helsinki to Stockholm (just the one way).
Check in at all terminals closes one (1) hour prior to scheduled departure. Check in after this time may result in refusal to board the vessel.