The ferry line is as of 18 March-till-13 April suspending its traffic between Helsinki and Stockholm.
The ferry Mariella made her last voyage from Stockholm to Helsinki on 17 March, while Gabriella on 18 March.
Earlier, on 17 March, the Mariehamn-Kapellskär route was put to a halt, also until 13 April.
"To safeguard the security of supply between Finland and Sweden, we are maintaining service on the Turku-Åland-Stockholm route. We are also still making one sailing to Tallinn from Helsinki six days a week. The situation is highly exceptional, and I would like to take the opportunity to thank all our customers, partners and in particular our own employees for the understanding they have shown in this difficult situation," Jan Hanses, President and CEO, Viking Line, said.
Check other COVID-19-related updates here: Baltic ferry & ro-ro traffic v COVID-19
Photo: Viking Line