Ferries Russia, Ukraine and the CIS
Ferry travel is a unique and exciting means of getting to and from Russia and Ukraine. True, it's less probable that a ferry will take you to your intended destination. Used in combination with buses and trains, however, ferry travel can give your trip a little more adventure.
This page, Ferries Russia, Ukraine and the CIS, can be broken down into 4 different sections.
For additional information about traveling by ship, see also Cruise Russia & Ukraine.
Tallinn, Estonia: Port of Tallinn Passenger Ship Schedules
Klaipeda, Lithuania: LISCO Passenger Ferry Lines
- Baltiysk Russia (Kaliningrad region) <-> Klaipeda
- Kiel Germany <-> Klaipeda
- Sassnitz Germany <-> Klaipeda
- Karlshamn Sweden <-> Klaipeda
Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Kiel Germany <-> Karlshamn Sweden <-> Saint Petersburg
Baltiysk, Russia (Kaliningrad region): LISCO Ferries
- Klaipeda Lithuania <-> Baltiysk
- Karlshamn Sweden <-> Baltiysk
- Frombork Poland <-> Kaliningrad
Sochi: Port of Sochi website
Ilyichevsk (Odessa Oblast): Ukrferry website
- Poti, Georgia <-> Ilyichevsk
- Batumi, Georgia <-> Ilyichevsk
- Varna, Bulgaria <-> Ilyichevsk
- Derince, Turkey <-> Ilyichevsk
Zarubino, Russia (Primorsky region - 4hrs south west of Vladivostok)
Sokcho South Korea<-> Zarubino
- Korean ferryboat stops service for Zarubino port
Share Your Knowledge on Ferry Transport
Do you have information about ferry travel in Russia, Ukraine or the Baltics? Schedules and routes change constantly so any updates and/or advice would be greatly appreciated.