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Polferries is the largest Polish ferry operator. The Polish Baltic Shipping was established on 31st January 1976 as a state owned shipping company. Under the operating name Polferries, the company runs ferry routes between Poland and Scandinavia. Baltic can refer to: The Baltic Sea Council of the Baltic Sea States - an intergovernmental organization Baltic sea countries - countries with access to the Baltic Sea The Baltic region (Balticum) Baltic States - the independent countries of Estonia Latvia Lithuania Baltic Republics - term refers to the three Baltic states under the...


In 1996, Polferries approved quality assurance system the International Safety Management Code (ISM). In May 1997, the company was recognised as meeting the requirements of the Quality Management Certificate ISO 9002.


Until 2001, Polferries had owned two ferry terminals in Poland, the Ferry Terminal in Gdańsk and the Ferry Terminal in Świnoujście. Today, the Company runs the Ferry Terminal in Gdańsk. Motto: Nec temere, nec timide (Neither rashly nor timidly) Voivodship Pomeranian Municipal government Rada miasta GdaÅ„ska Mayor PaweÅ‚ Adamowicz Area 262 km² Population  - city  - urban  - density 460 524 (2004) Ranked 6th 1 100 000 1761/km² Founded City rights 997 1263 Latitude Longitude 54°40N 18°60E... ÅšwinoujÅ›cie (pronounce: [,É•vinÉ”ujÉ•tÉ•È‹e], German Swinemünde) is a town in Pomerania, north-western Poland, situated on the islands of Uznam and Wolin with about 41,000 inhabitants (2004). ...


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Warsaw Voice - Ferry Tales (1078 words)
On the same route in mid-February the Wawel ferry owned by Polferries, built in 1980 in the Swedish shipyard in Malmö and refitted in 1989 in the shipyard in Bremerhaven, was also introduced.
The ferry Allotar, chartered in the 1970s, was bought by Polferries and renamed Rogalin.
Today Polferries has one ferry for the Swedish Nynäshamn connection and another to Copenhagen, visited by 20,000 passengers per month during the summer.
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