2020 In January, Marco Polo is put into service on route Trelleborg-Klaipėda.
Opening of the new-build TT-Line Terminal in Klaipėda.
2019 TT-Line is awarded with the Shippax Conversion Award for extending the vessel Peter Pan.
Start of building the TT-Line GreenShip with first steel cutting in December in Nanjing, China.
Extensive rebuilding and refurbishment of the ferry Barbara Krahulik for converting it to Sweden Ferry Marco Polo, including the installation of a scrubber.
2018 Extension of the Peter Pan by approx. 30 meters to about 220 meters.
Conversion of the public area of Robin Hood and Nils Dacke.
On 9th of June, TT-Line opens its service from/to Klaipėda in Lithuania, which is offered once a week.
TT-Line signs contract for new Green Ship, which will be built in China.
2017 Installation of a hybrid wet scrubber on the ferry Peter Pan.
Conversion of the public area of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
On 24th of June, TT-Line opens the Świnoujście-Bornholm service, which is offered once a week until the beginning of September.
2016 Installation of a hybrid wet scrubber on the ferry Nils Holgersson.
Increase of the departure frequency on the Rostock Route from 3 to up to 6 departures per direction.
2014 On 7th of January, TT-Line opens its Poland-Sweden line from Świnoujście to Trelleborg by ferry Nils Dacke.
In July, the MOS project "Greed Bridge on Nordic Corridor" was successfully implemented with the pilot installation of a hybrid wet scrubber on bord of the ferry Nils Dacke.
2013 Trampschiffahrt GmbH & Co. KG has held all the shares in TT-Line and is therefore the sole shareholder of TT-Line.
2012 TT-Line celebrates anniversaries on both routes: On 10th of January 2012 20 years Rostock-Trelleborg and on 28th of March 2012 the 50th anniversary on the route Travemünde-Trelleborg!
2010 TT-Line is chartering the GÖTALAND that has been released Scandlines´Travemünde service for 9 months for use on its own Travemünde route.
2008 The new green bridge concept of TT-Line is introduced. TT-Line carries 358.824 freight units and 696.826 passengers.
2007 TT-Line celebrated its 45th anniversary on 28th of March. Trampschiffahrt GmbH & Co. KG acquires the shares of Signal Iduna in TT-Line and becomes majority shareholder (83.5%).
2006 Due to the dynamic growth of RoRo traffic on the Baltic Sea, Skandianvienkai in Lübeck will be considerably expanded. The extensive expansion measures include a new terminal and office building. In August, TT-Line merges its Hamburg and Travemünde organisations in the Hafenhaus.
The six TT-Line ferries between Travemünde, Rostock and Trelleborg carried a total of 685.179 passengers in 2006. The number of trucks and trailers transported rose to 335.641.
2005 In May TT-Line sells the Catamaran Delphin to Saudi Arabia.
2004 In the ADAC´s annual safety test of european ferries, Peter Pan is the only one of the Baltic Sea ferries tested to receive the grade "very good".
2003 On 6th of September, TT-Line opens the Travemünde-Helsingborg service, which is offered once a week and mainly carries trailers. The Swedish Transport Industry Association presents TT-Line with the 2003 Innovation Award.
2002 10th of January: 10th anniversary of the Rostock-Trelleborg connection. Also in January commissioning of the Huckleberry Finn (Peter Pan IV conversion) from Rostock. The renowned Lucia-Prize of the Swedish government is awarded to TT-Line.
2001 In July the Nils Holgersson VI is put into service on the Travemünde-Trelleborg line. In October, the Nils Holgersson V, converted into a freight ferry, takes up service as Tom Sawyer between Rostock and Trelleborg. The Peter Pan V completes the new TT-Line fleet on the Travemünde-Trelleborg route in November. TT-Line receives the ShipPax Award for Pioneering RoPax Technology.
2000 TT-Line has been named "Transport Company of the Year" by the Swedish shippers for its consistent use of environmentally friendly, safe and customer-oriented ships. Christening and launching of the Nils Holgersson VI on 19th of August in Bremerhaven by Dr Brigitte Oetker.
1999 TT-Line orders two new ferries from SSW, Bremerhaven, to replace Nils Holgersson V and Peter Pan IV. These ships are Green Ships with pod propulsion. As a result, only ships with the environmentally friendly diesel-electric drive will be in service on the Travemünde-Trelleborg route from 2001.
1996 The new high-speed catamaran of the TT-Line, Delphin, shortens the Rostock-Trelleborg route to almost three hours. TT-Line now markets the Rostock services under the TT-Line brand, after DSR has transferred the pool shares to TT-Line.
1995 In November and December the "Green Ships" Robin Hood and Nils Dacke are delivered. They replace Saga Star and TT-Traveller. Capacity: 300 passengers, 317 bed places and up to 150 trucks. Shipyard: Finnyards Rauma, Finnland. The so-called Green Ships are the first big step in TT-Line's orientation towards environmentally friendly ship operation.
1993 Nils Dacke, bought back by TT-Line, is converted like Robin Hood into a combined passage and freight ferry. After that, both ships will operate under the new names Peter Pan IV and Nils Holgersson V. Capacity: 1.244 passengers, 1.025 beds, 535 cars and up to 110 trucks. Shipyard: Kvaerner Masa Yards Turku, Finland. The cargo ships Saga Star and TT-Traveller are chartered in as replacements.
1992 In the pool with DSR, Rostock, a new ferry line between Rostock and Trelleborg is opened under the name TR-Line. The charter ships Kahleberg and Marco Polo will be used.
1991 Swedcarrier leaves the pool. The shares are taken over by Gotlandsbolaget, but Nils Holgersson and Nils Dacke leave the pool at the end of 1992. TT-Line will then operate the service between Travemünde and Trelleborg on its own again.
1988 Two combined rail/freight ferries, Robin Hood and Nils Dacke, are delivered to replace Saga Star and Saga Wind, which are sold so France and Sweden. Capacity of the new vessels: 36 railway wagons and 100 trucks or 150 trucks and 250 passengers. Shipyard: Seebeck-Werft, Bremerhaven.
1987 Nils Holgersson IV is delivered to pool partner Swedcarrier and goes into service under the swedish flag. Robin Hood (formerly Peter Pan) is sold to Greece and renamed Fedra. Saga Wind is chartered by TT-Line.
1986 Peter Pan III has put into service. Capacity: 1.800 passengers, 1.200 bed places, 550 cars or 120 trucks. Shipyard: Seebeck, Bremerhafen. Peter Pan II is renamed Robin Hood.
1985 The annual transport capacity has now increased to 701.705 passengers and 93.552 freight units.
1984 Nils Holgersson III is sold to Tasmania.
1982 Traffic to Malmö and Helsingborg is discontinued. From now on the focus is on Trelleborg.
1980 Foundation of a pool with Saga Linjen, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Swedish State Railways, under the name TT-Saga Line. The line serves the swedish ports Helsingborg, Malmö and Trelleborg with six ships from Travemünde. In 1984 the ferry company Saga Linjen is renamed in Swedcarrier. The chartered Espresso Olbia replaces Dana Sirena as Robin Hood II in summer service.
1978 Oliver Twist is chartered to Lion Ferry.
1977 Oliver Twist is too small for summer service and will be replaced by chartered Dana Sirena under the name Robin Hood. Capacity: 300 passengers, 317 beds, 150 trucks.
1976 Oliver Twist opens a new service between Travemünde and Helsingborg as well as Copenhagen.
1975 The sister ship of Peter Pan, Nils Holgersson III, is delivered. Nils Holgersson II is renamed Oliver Twist and used in summer service to Helsinki/ Danzig/Tallin and Rønne.
1974 The first ship of the third generation is put into service: Peter Pan II. Capacity: 1.600 passengers, 704 beds, 470 cars or 45 trucks. Shipyard: Nobiskrug, Rendsburg.
1973 Peter Pan I is sold to P&O Ferries and than used as Panther in the English Channel.
1971 Expansion of the touristic offer by creating through fares to Finland and Bornholm and later to Poland and Gotland.
1967 Commissioning of the sister ship Nils Holgersson II. Capacity: 850 persons, 350 beds, 240 cars or 22 trucks. Shipyard: Flender Werft, Lübeck. Nils Holgersson I was renamed Gösta Berling and chartered out to the Mediterranean.
1965 The first ship of the second generation is put into service: Peter Pan. Capacity: 850 passengers, 350 beds, 240 cars or 22 trucks.
1962 On 28th of March, the passenger and freight ferry Nils Holgersson opens the regular year-round ferry service between Travemünde and Trelleborg. Capacity: 650 passengers, 300 beds, 90 cars or 10 trucks. Shipyard: Hanseatische Werft, Hamburg. The transport capacity in the first year of operation is 68,268 passengers and 541 trucks.