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Founded 1976
Headquarters Kołobrzeg, Poland
Area served
Poland, Sweden, Denmark
Services Passenger transportation, Freight transportation
Website www.polferries.pl

Polferries is the largest Polish ferry operator. The Polish Baltic Shipping Company was established on 31 January 1976 as a state-owned shipping company. Under the operating name Polferries, the company runs ferry routes across the Baltic Sea between Poland and Scandinavia.

In 1996 Polferries approved quality assurance system the International Safety Management Code (ISM). In May 1997 the company was recognised as meeting the requirements of the Quality Management Certificate ISO 9002. It became legally recognised as a corporate body in 1992.

Until 2001, Polferries had owned two ferry terminals in Poland, the Ferry Terminal in Gdańsk and the Ferry Terminal in Świnoujście. Today, the company runs the Ferry Terminal in Gdańsk.


Current fleet[edit]

Future Fleet and Future Arrangements[edit]

  • Drujba - Bought in March 2017, on route Świnoujście - Ystad from June 2017

2 ferries ordered in Szczecin Shipyard

Former fleet[edit]


  1. ^ "Prom Pomerania poszedł na żyletki" (in Polish). GospodarkaMorska.pl. Retrieved 25 October 2016. 

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