REGENT Expands Global Customer Base With Germany-based Worldwide Ferry Operator FRS
REGENT, the company leading the development and commercialization of the revolutionary all-electric seaglider, announced today that FRS, the worldwide ferry operator based in Germany, has entered into an agreement to add REGENT seagliders to its fleet.
Sassnitz • Sweden is one of the most popular travel destinations for German tourists. Whether by car, camper, motorhome or as a day trip, FRS Baltic makes it possible to travel to Sweden quickly and comfortably. With the high-speed catamaran "Skane Jet", more than 600 passengers and up to 200 vehicles can be transported from Germany to Sweden in just 2.5 hours.
Since 2020, the FRS Baltic high-speed ferry has been in operation between Sassnitz and Ystad. However, there is a change of course for the start of the 2023 season: The new destination port will be Trelleborg, the gateway to Sweden. By moving the destination port, the journey to Sweden will be even faster and more convenient. "We are very pleased to be able to offer our passengers an even faster connection to Sweden," said the CEO of FRS Baltic.
"With the new destination port of Trelleborg, we are even closer to the popular destinations in southern Sweden and offer our customers an even better travel experience." FRS Baltic has been a reliable partner for travellers who want to travel to Sweden quickly and safely for many years. With the high-speed catamaran "Skane Jet", the company is committed to the highest quality and comfort.
The 2023 season starts in April. Tourists can book their tickets online or by phone and look forward to a fast and comfortable journey to Sweden.
Glückstadt • Just before the state elections in Schleswig-Holstein in May and in anticipation of the upcoming state elections in Lower Saxony in October this year, FRS Elbfähre Glückstadt Wischhafen presents its revised concept for green mobility in northern Germany. The lighthouse project for Germany plans to expand ferry line capacity to 600 % and reduce crossing time to 14 minutes in three steps - all with completely zero-emission services.