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More departures to and from Bornholm

More departures to and from Bornholm

27-09-2018 12:00:00

The Bornholmer Line ferry service has publicly announced their route plan for 2019. The route plan includes more departures, cheaper tickets and an additional ferry that sails on the busiest days. The plan revolves around four daily departures with the express ferry Express 1.

”This is the Bornholmer Line’s first route plan that covers an entire year. We have listened to the people of Bornholm, and therefore worked on making a route plan that offers multiple solutions for Bornholms citizens as well as tourists”, says Molslinjens commercial director, Jesper Skovgaard.

There will be 3.362 departures in 2019, which is an increase of 17 percent compared to last year.

The route plan is build around four daily frequences, and the most sought after days will have a larger capacity in form of more departures, when the express ferry Max sails to additional double trips in the afternoon.

”At the same time we expect a lot from the route between Rønne and Sassnitz. The Germans are very exited for the new ferry, Hammershus, and with the plan of keeping the route open for the entire year we hope can activate some of the German turist potential, which will help increase growth in Bornholm”, says Jesper Skovgaard.

The route plan is now available on bornholmslinjen.dk, and customers are thereby now able to order tickets for the entirety of 2019.

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