AS Tallink gives first peak of retail spread onboard new vessel MyStar

By Luke Barras-hill |

Finnish agency dSign Vertti Kivi & Co are behind the interior design flourishes seen onboard the eco-friendly MyStar. Source: AS Tallink Grupp.

Interior images of Baltic cruise and ferry company AS Tallink Grupp’s MyStar shuttle vessel have emerged.

Currently under construction at the Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard in Finland, the LNG-powered MyStar boasts the Traveller Superstore on deck’s seven and eight.

Guests will be able to select from global brands such as Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Furla, Moët Hennessy and Toblerone to local favourites and sustainably minded products.

A discovery station invites customers to sample products, while they navigate through various fixed and pop-up sales points, including the Nordic Corner.

The eighth deck also sports a fashion pop-up area, while the seventh features the Promo Lounge, Nordic Corner and Moomin World in addition to a wide assortment of wines & spirits from the likes of Bacardi, Absolut Vodka, Beefeater, The Macallan, Remy Martin Louis XIII and champagnes.

MyStar boasts 14 public areas with attention paid to passengers travelling for business, leisure and with families.

The completion of Tallink’s newest shuttle vessel is planned for Spring 2022 when MyStar will begin operating between Tallinn and Helsinki.

Together with Tallink shuttle vessel Megastar, Tallink claims that both will form the most sustainable transport connection between Estonia and Finland from 2022 onwards.


Global Travel Retail Awards 2024: Entries now open!

TRBusiness is delighted to announce that entries to the consumer-voted Global Travel Retail...


"Growing appetite for sustainable & local products"

With international passenger traffic rebounding, consumers are demonstrating a craving for...


Hodges & Newbould take new roles at Harding+

Cruise retailer Harding+ has named former WHSmith senior executive Peter Newbould as Chief...

image description

In the Magazine

TRBusiness Magazine is free to access. Read the latest issue now.

E-mail this link to a friend