EstLine

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Estline
EstLine
FateBankruptcy (2001)
Founded1988
Defunct2001
HeadquartersTallinn, Estonia
Area served
Baltic Sea
ServicesPassenger transportation
Freight transportation
ParentEstonian Shipping Company
Websitewww.estline.ee

EstLine (sometimes abbreviated: Estline) was an Estonian-Swedish Shipping Line founded in 1990 which operated ferries between Stockholm, Sweden and Tallinn, Estonia. it was a company owned by both Nordström & Thulin and the Estonian Government.

She is best known for Sinking the Estonia during a storm, known to have claimed 852 lives. It would finally be dissolved in the year 2001, and its ships would be sold to Tallink.[1]

Ships[change | change source]

Note: is a incompleted list of EstLine fleet.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Virolainen Estline-varustamo konkurssiin" (in Finnish). Kauppalehti. Archived from the original on 2008-04-22. Retrieved 2008-01-28.