Electric Vehicle Charging Points

Charge the battery of your electric vehicle during your crossing

The next major step towards sustainable travel

As the first vessels in the TT-Line fleet, our Green Ships are equipped with 32 EV charging points. We want to contribute to the future development of electric car usage and offer our customers the best possible service.
Come on board our Green Ships and charge the battery of your e-car during the crossing.

We have two different types of charging points on board our Green Ships.
At which charging point your electric vehicle will be charged during your crossing depends on the capacity and availability of your departure. Our crew is responsible for the allocation. The plugs of both charging stations are compatible with all connectors of the electric vehicles.

  • 40 kW DC (direct current), 150-750 V, 0-133 A
  • Each EV charging point has two CCS Combo plugs.
  • Either 2 vehicles can be charged with 20 kW each or 1 vehicle can be charged with 40 kW.
  • Cable length: 7 m
  • The charging cables are permanently connected to the EV charging points. Therefore the use of own charging cables is not possible and also not permitted.
  • The charging process is started and stopped with a card by one of our crew members.
  • The charging process stops, when your vehicle is fully charged or when a crew member stops the process.
  • The EV charging points are located on deck 5.
  • 11 kW AC (alternating current), 400 V, 0-16 A
  • European Type 2 Plug, combatible with CCS plugs on vehicles
  • Cable length: 10 m
  • The charging cables are permanently connected to the EV charging points. Therefore the use of own charging cables is not possible and also not permitted.
  • The charging process is started and stopped with a card by one of our crew members.
  • The charging process stops, when your vehicle is fully charged or when a crew member stops the process.
  • The EV charging points are located on deck 5.

Frequently asked questions

  • How much will the battery of my E-Car be charged at the end of the crossing?

    Generally, you can assume, that you will leave the ferry with a fully charged battery upon arrival.

    However, the battery charge may vary depending on the duration of your crossing, the battery size and the initial battery level.

  • How can I book battery charging for my electric vehicle?

    You can easily book battery charging in the online booking dialogue by yourself.

    At first, please select 'Electric vehicle', when entering travellers and vehicles. In the following steps you can add 'Power' to your booking.

  • Do I get a fixed parking space on board?

    You will be assigned to a fixed parking space at a charging station by our deck staff. Your electric vehicle remains parked there during the entire crossing.

  • What shall I pay attention to at the port terminal?

    Please print out the indication label, that you received with your booking confirmation, and place it clearly visible in the windscreen of your car.

    After you have passed the Check-in, follow the directions to the correct ferry port. Your boarding card will tell you the correct pier and the lane you should be in. Please stick to it.

    indication label

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