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Hello [VT member b378b],
I would like to take ferry from Tallinn to Helsinki in mid May,2013. I looked in on line booking, found 2 booking sites in English looks like from UK, they only showed Viking line and Tallink/Silja and Lida line, not showing Eckero line which suppose to be cheaper. I only intend to go on foot one way, there are other booking site but either in Finn or Estonian (which I could not understand) not in English but they show the price of the Eckero line. Could some friendly Estonian or Finn to translate "foot passenger" and one way? or any advice?
Here's the eckero site in English:
Thanks for the info, antistar, great help.
Thanks, great help.
Check this site: https://laevapiletid.ee/en. There you can compare and buy tickets for all the ship companies.
Thanks, I will check into it. James.
hey. i'm from the UK and like taking the ferry over to helsinki when ever i am in Tallinn with freinds. every time we get back to Tallinn my mates say 'why did you take us there pod'. I drink allot on the ferry going over. They realise why on the way back. Any road. We have always just turned up on the day and bought tickets. One time the Baltic was frozen over so only ice breaker f******s were running. I've bounced across on the skinny fast one. I went the same colour of a granny smith. until I had a beer. As a foot passenger it is cheap. At any cost you have to go. If you find owt interesting please let me know. we found a German beer hall. I got rubber. yay.