TT-Line GmbH

TT-Line GmnH is a shipping company based in Lübeck, Germany, which has been providing ferry service between Travemünde in Schleswig-Holstein and Trelleborg in southern Sweden since 1962. Since 1992, it has also operated a service from Rostock to Trelleborg (until 1997 marketed as TR-Line). As of 2007, TT-Line possesses six ferries.

TT-Line
Private
IndustryTransport
Founded1962
HeadquartersLübeck, Germany
Area served
Germany, Sweden
ServicesPassenger transportation, Freight transportation
Revenue140 million EUR[1]
Number of employees
more than 600[1]
Websitewww.ttline.com

In 1978 TT-Line acquired 50% of Olau Line and purchased the rest of the company in 1979. TT-Line remained the sole owner of Olau Line until the line's closure in 1994.

Routes

TT-Line offers the following routes:

Ferries

Present

TT-Line operates the following ferries:

  • M/S Robin Hood (Ex Nils Dacke) (1995-)
  • M/S Nils Dacke (Ex Robin Hood) (1995-)
  • M/S Nils Holgersson (2001-)
  • M/S Peter Pan (2001-)
  • M/S Tom Sawyer (Ex Nils Holgersson) (2001-)
  • M/S Huckleberry Finn (Ex Peter Pan) (2002-)

Past

These vessels have sailed for TT-Line:

  • M/S Nils Holgersson (1) (1962-1967)
  • M/S Peter Pan (1) (1965-1973)
  • M/S Calmar Nyckel (1965, Chartered)
  • M/S Visby (1966, Chartered)
  • M/S Finndana (1966, Chartered)
  • M/S Gösta Berling (Ex Nils Holgersson (1)) (1966-1967,1973-1975)
  • M/S Nils Holgersson (2) (1967-1975)
  • M/S Escapade (1967-1973, Chartered)
  • M/S Sardaigne (1969, Chartered)
  • M/S Viking I (1973-1974, Chartered)
  • M/S Gotland (1974, Chartered)
  • M/S Peter Pan (1974-1986)
  • M/S Nils Holgersson (3) (1975-1984)
  • M/S Oliver Twist (Ex Nils Holgersson (3)) (1975-1978)
  • M/S Mary Poppins (Ex Gösta Berling) (1975-1976)
  • M/S Robin Hood (1)(1977,1978,1979, Chartered)
  • MS Finlandia (1977, chartered)
  • M/S Espresso Olbia (1980, Chartered)
  • M/S Saga Wind (1981-1989)
  • M/S Norröna (1984-1985, 1986. Chartered)
  • M/S Stena Transporter (1984, Chartered)
  • M/S Nordic Sun (1985-1986, Chartered)
  • M/S Robin Hood (2) (1986-1987)
  • M/S Saga Moon (1986, Chartered)
  • M/S Peter Pan (3) (1986-1993)
  • M/S Saga Star (1986-1988, 1993-2002, Chartered)
  • M/S Nils Holgersson (4) (1987-1993)
  • M/S Finnfellow (1988, Chartered)
  • M/S Nils Dacke (1) (1988-1993)
  • M/S Robin Hood(3) (1989-1992)
  • M/S Fedra (1992-1993, Chartered)
  • M/S TT-Traveller (1992-1995, 1997-2002, Chartered)
  • M/S Diana II (1992-1994, chartered)
  • M/S Nils Holgersson (1993)|M/S Nils Holgersson (5) (Ex Robin Hood (3)) (1993-2001)
  • M/S Peter Pan (1993)|M/S Peter Pan (4) (Ex Nils dacke (1)) (1993-2001)
  • M/S Via Ionio (1993, Chartered)
  • M/S Aries (1994, Chartered)
  • M/S Saga Aris (1994-1995)
  • M/S Nord Neptunus (1994, Chartered)
  • M/S Villars (1995, Chartered)
  • M/S Gleichberg (1995-1996, Chartered)
  • HSC Delphin (1996-2002)
  • HSC TT-Delphin] (Ex Delphin) (2002-2005)
  • M/S Svealand (2006, Chartered)
  • M/S Götaland (2010, Chartred)

References

Notes

  1. TT-Line: Corporate Profile, retrieved 14 December 2013
  2. TT-Line: New route! Świnoujście - Trelleborg, announcement 2013, retrieved 14  December 2013

Bibliography

  • Ortel, Kai (2014). TT-Line through five decades. Ramsey, Isle of Man: Ferry Publications. ISBN 9781906608613.
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