Port of Rostock

Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Rostock, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany)

The port of Rostock is the Baltic gateway to Germany and Europe. It is located in the north of Germany and only a 30-minute drive from the city of Rostock. The port's terminal features a number of modern facilities, first-class services, large storage spaces and long quays.

The port of Rostock is the largest German port and has emerged as one of the most important ports in Europe. It is easily reached by many excellent road links which include motorways that lead directly to the harbours.

Facilities at the port include cafés, restaurants, shopping areas, a tax-free shop, bureaux de change and money transferring services.

Scandlines, TT-Line and Superfast ferries all operate from this port and provide vessels that are equipped with a full range of onboard facilities such as restaurants, bars, tax-free shopping, TV rooms and top-class service.

The city of Rostock itself is full of fascinating sights for holidaymakers. The city invites people from all over the world to sample its vibrant atmosphere that blends so well with the beauty of its historic buildings.

Ferry Services

There are three companies operating ferries from the port of Rostock. Scandlines operates nine daily sailings to Gedser with a journey time of approximately 2 hours, as well as three daily crossings to Trelleborg taking 5 hours, 45 minutes to complete.

TT-Line connects Rostock to Trelleborg, in Sweden. Two daily sailings provide crossings in six hours.

Superfast Ferries offers daily sailings to Hanko, in Finland. Total journey time on this route is approximately 22 hours.

Contact Port of Rostock:
Address: Ost-West-Strasse 32, D 18147 Rostock, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany, DE
Tel: +49 (0)381 3500
Fax: +49 (0)381 350 5515
Email: info@rostock-port.de
Rostock Port

Rostock Port

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