Capacity Boost For Baltic Trade Bridge

Chinese-built for trans-Baltic passenger and freight traffic, the Aura Seaways.

Source: DFDS

Copenhagen-based DFDS has commissioned its largest ro-pax ferry in terms of cargo capacity. The 230m Aura Seaways, constructed by Guangzhou Shipyard International, has arrived in the Baltic following passage from China and will be phased into service between Karlshamn (Sweden) and Klaipeda (Lithuania).

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