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Stockholm-Tallinn Ferry
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Stockholm-Tallinn Ferry, leaving Stockholm every day for Tallinn. Another Ferry leaves Tallinn for Stockholm about the same time. There are several restaurants, bars, cafees, onboard plus disco and evening entertainment or you can just relax in the spa at the bottom of the boat.

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