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Orlivka - Isakcha ferry crossing: working hours and border crossing rules

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Orlivka - Isakcha ferry crossing: working hours and border crossing rules

Today, the Orlivka - Isakcha ferry crossing is the shortest way from Ukraine to the countries of Southern Europe and Turkey. Find out more about the ferry schedule, border crossing rules and the time required to cross the border

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The Orlivka-Isaccea ferry crossing is an international border crossing point between Ukraine and Romania. It is located in the village of Orlivka, Reniia district, Odesa region. The ferry crossing provides crossing of the state border for freight, passenger and passenger vehicles. Pedestrians can also cross the border. 


Current schedule of the Orlivka - Isakcha ferry crossing


According to the information published on the official website, there are two ferries operating on the ferry line in the NON - STOP mode. They run every 30-40 minutes from 08:00 to 20:00


Please note! In the periods from 05:00 to 08:00 and from 20:00 to 24:00, one ferry runs at hourly intervals.


The first ferry departs from Isakcha at 05:00, from Orlivka at 05:30, the last ferry departs from Isakcha at 23:00, from Orlivka at 23.30 - 24:00.


Transit time is up to 10 minutes.




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Orlivka - Isakcha: passport and customs control


Ukrainians and foreigners planning to cross the border are obliged to comply with the established border crossing rules. They are the same as when crossing the border at a land checkpoint. However, the site notes that for passport and customs control it is better to arrive in advance before the ferry departs:


– for car tourists - in 1 hour;

– for buses, organized groups and freight transport - 1.5 hours in advance.


It is worth noting that drivers of cars with Ukrainian registration are required to have an international Green Card insurance policy to cross the border to leave Ukraine. You can take out car insurance for traveling abroad on our portal.


For more information on the work schedule and border crossing rules on the Orlivka - Isakcha ferry line, please call from Monday to Friday (from 09:00 to 18:00) at

+38 (04840) 6-25-16

+38 (063) 129-84-88


We remind you! Traveling in transit through Romania, in particular to Bulgaria, requires the use of ferry crossings. Read more about the mode of operation, cost and rules of crossing by car in our previous article.


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