With operations between Dar-es-Salaam and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, Azam Marine is Carus’ first client in Africa. Azam has implemented mobile phone payments for its ferry tickets using Carus Reservation.
Birka Cruises,
With a true cruise ship and extensive on-board services, Birka Cruises offers its passengers a genuine cruise experience out of Stockholm.

Birka Cruises is part of the Eckerö Group Specialized eCommerce solutions tightly integrated with the Carus Reservation platform drive the Eckerö Group’s business.
Cape May-Lewes Ferry (DRBA)
DRBA provides a connection for the states of New Jersey and Delaware across the Delaware river. With large vehicle shuttle ferries DRBA needs an efficient and powerful booking and ticketing system. They have installed self-service ticket machines integrated to Carus Reservation.
A Tall Ship offering cruises, day cruises and training cruises on Atlantic voyages.
Eckerö Line,
Eckerö Line carries passengers, vehicles and freight as well as selling dynamic packages and arrangements on the route between Helsinki and Tallinn. Eckerö Line is part of the Eckerö Group
Eckerö Linjen,
Eckerö Linjen is focused on passenger, vehicle and holiday services on the route between Grisslehamn, Sweden and the Åland Islands.Eckerö Linjen is part of the Eckerö Group
Lifeline services to the Westman Island of Iceland are provided by Eimskip. Carus Reservation simplifies the departure management and customer service for Eimskip by allowing passengers to go directly to the gangway for ticket control whether the ticket is bought on the internet, in a ticket machine or by telephone., including:

Faergen operates most of the Danish domestic ferry services and uses Carus Reservation for all of its diverse ferry services.

Fjord Line,
Cruise ferries on the Norwegian and Danish coast is Fjordline’s core business. Fjordline will be the first ferry operator in the world to use contact-less RFID cabin keys issued through the Carus Reservation.
Gotlandsbåten is a new operation between the island of Gotland and the Swedish mainland. It provides passengers an alternative to the state subsidized ferry service to the island. Gotlandsbåten will operate between Visby and Västervik with a newly refurbished ferry on a seasonal basis, operating primarily in the summer months. The concept is low-cost, restrictive fares with all bookings done online.
Hy-Line Cruises are experts in passenger services between the island of Nantucket and Hyannis on the mainland. Hy-Line also uses Carus Reservation for its parking services in Hyannis, for passengers leaving their car on the mainland during their trip to Nantucket.
Rederij Doeksen,
Ferry services for islanders and tourists on the Dutch islands of Terschelling and Vlieland are operated by Rederij Doeksen, who use the Carus Reservation for all their ferry operations.
Stradbroke Ferries operates vehicle ferries and water taxi services to Stradbroke Island and vehicle ferry services to the Southern Bay Islands in Queensland. Stradbroke Ferries uses Carus Reservation for internet bookings and ticketing as well as departure control both for passengers and vehicles.
Spirit of
The passenger and vehicle ferries between Tasmania and the Australian mainland are serviced by Spirit of Tasmania. Spirit of Tasmania has integrated their Carus Reservation with a revenue management system to be able to forecast and adjust their pricing and availability to the ever changing demand.
The passenger and vehicle ferry services between the Swedish and Danish mainland and the island of Ven are operated by Ven-Trafiken who use Carus Reservation for booking and ticketing as well as boarding control.
Wasaline operates ms. Wasa Express between the cities of Vaasa and Umeå. The service provides a shortcut over the Gulf of Bothnia and this saves several hundred kilometers by car. Wasaline uses Carus Reservation as a Managed Service.
Wightlink provides the main link between the Isle of Wight and the UK mainland. On average Wightlink, who operate a round-the-clock service, carry around 5.2 million passengers, 1.2 million cars and 200,000 coaches and freight vehicles annually on their three routes to the Island. The business provides a vital lifeline to and from the Island for residents, commerce and tourism. The fleet sails up to 230 times a day. At peak times, the aim is to run a service every 30 minutes from each port totalling over 68,000 sailings a year. Wightlink uses Carus Reservation for all tickets and reservations.