High-quality mini-cruise and passenger transport services

Article by Tallink Grupp – Official Sponsor of the IFPSM World Summit 2018

High-quality mini-cruise and passenger transport services

AS Tallink Grupp is the leading provider of high-quality mini-cruise and passenger transport services as well as ro-ro cargo services in the Baltic Sea region.

Our fleet of 14 vessels allows us to offer a wide range of services and frequent departures. As a result of our recent investment and fleet renewal program, we currently deploy some of the most advanced cruise ferries on the Baltic Sea with state-of-the-art facilities, improved accommodation possibilities, larger onboard shopping areas and high quality onboard services, setting a new benchmark for travel standards on the Baltic Sea. In addition, the Group operates four hotels in Tallinn and one in Riga.

Since 9th of December 2005 the shares of AS Tallink Grupp are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Tallinn Stock Exchange where the shares are traded under the symbol TAL1T.

Baltic Sea is our highway and we connect business centres on various routes between Finland and Sweden, Estonia and Finland, Estonia and Sweden, and Latvia and Sweden under the brand names of “Tallink” and “Silja Line”.




  • Revenue of EUR 967 million in 2017
  • Operating EUR 1.6 billion asset base
  • Over 7000 employees
  • Serving 9.8 million passengers annually
  • Transporting 364 thousand cargo units annually
  • Listed on Nasdaq OMX Baltic – TAL1T

TALLINK’S VISION is to be the market pioneer in Europe by offering excellence in leisure and business travel and sea transportation.





Silja Europa


The IFPSM World Summit delegates have a unique opportunity to take part in a networking cruise 28th – 29th of September to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.  

Silja Europa is the biggest and most beautiful cruise ship on the Baltic Sea and offering a splendid maritime atmosphere, excellent food and great shopping possibilities.




The forerunner of sustainable development is a matter of honor: we combine the Baltic Sea business centers with seven routes and over 200 departures every week.