Police investigating death on board
A 30-year-old woman was found dead in a cabin on thwe “Baltic Princess” on the way from Stockholm to Turku. The police have arrested a man in connection with the death after arrival in the port and was now investigating the case. The ferry left Stockholm on Oct 15, 2018, and arrived at Turku at 7.15 p.m. A cleaner found the victim in her cabin in the night. The passengers were informed that the ship was delayed
Repairs lasting until weekend
The "Baltic Princess" will have to be drydocked at Turku Repair Yard Ltd. for repairs until March 17 due to an oil leakage at the propeller shaft. The ship was expected to return to service in Turku with the morning departure on March 19. As a result the ferry "Galaxy" will take over the night's departure from Turku on March 16 amd 17. The operator contacted all affected customers accordingly.
Ferry sidelined due to technical trouble
A technical malfunction prevented the "Baltic Princess" from departing from Turku to Stockholm in the evening of March 11, 2018, where it had berthed at 6.10 p.m. and remained since. Meanwhile the shipping company announced that all departures have been cancelled until March 17 because despite repairs, it has not been possible to fix the trouble. The "Baltic Princess" had returned to service only on March 8 after a longer break for repairs and overhauls in Gdansk from Jan 11 to March 5. It had resumed its schedule from Turku on March 8.Upload News