The Stena Baltica is a roro ferry that is owned and operated by Stena Line. She currently operates on the route linking Karlskrona with Gdynia. She was built in 1986 by Van der Giessen de Noord as the Koningin Beatrix, which at the time was owned by SMZ, until 1989 where Stena Line took over the route. In 2002, she was repainted and renamed as the Stena Baltica. She is designed similarly to the SNAV Sardegna, the Kings Seaways, the SNAV Lazio and the Princess Seaways. In 2005, she was rebuilt and refurbished and her ramp door was replaced. She was also fitted with extra lifeboats. Her currnt port of registry is Nassau, the Bahamas.