Our new TT-Line Green Ships
The most environmentally friendly ferry in the company's history!
Our new Green Ships
TT-Line is the first shipping company, and a pioneer in the southern Baltic Sea, to use LNG for its new Green Ships. The new TT-Line ships was developed on the basis of the successful Green Ship corporate concept. The ships are designed for 800 passengers and more than 200 articulated trucks, trailers and containers. The order for the new building was placed with the Chinese shipyard Nanjing Jinling. This future-oriented ferry with a length of 230 meters long and 31 meters wide will be the most environmentally friendly ferries in the company's history and the Baltic Sea. The delivery of the new Green Ships will be another central milestone in TT-Line's endeavors to sustainably improve the travel experience for passengers and at the same time to set the new standard in terms of emissions reduction in the ferry industry.
The new Green Ships offers our passengers a comfortable ferry experience with a clear conscience of the greatest possible environmental friendliness. The large window fronts allow an excellent view of the Baltic Sea and the conception of the public areas will meet the expectations of our large and small guests in terms of entertainment and relaxation.
TT-Line is the first shipping company, and a pioneer in the southern Baltic Sea, to use LNG for its new Green Ships. LNG stands for Liquefied Natural Gas, which is currently considered the cleanest marine fuel. It enables significant emission reductions.
Our love and the connection to the Baltic Sea guide the interior design of the new TT-Line Green Ships. Natural colors paired with a well thought-out lighting concept create a cozy and warm atmosphere. OCEANARCHITECTS, based in Waren an der Müritz, played a key role in the interior design of the new ships.
TT-Line started planning the new Green Ships in 2016. Many TT-Line employees from different areas have been involved in the project since then. In addition, up to 1000 shipyard employees and many other specialists are involved in the construction of the new Green Ships.