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Book a Stockholm Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the port of Stockholm in Sweden to the port of Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn, Turku
with the ferry operator Viking Line Ferries.
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About Stockholm Ferry
Stockholm has always been a major port throughout history. It lies in a strategic position, offering easy access to the sea and the waterways
of the Stockholm Archipelago. Modern Stockholm is a pivotal business hub for the entire Baltic region, offering regular ferry connections to
Finland, Estonia and Poland. The Stockholm ferry port provides immigration facilities for ferry passengers and Stockholm information service
kiosks that provide help with hotel bookings. The city centre is within easy walking distance from the port, and offers a myriad of shopping
and dining options. Five ferry companies provide passenger ferries from the port of Stockholm.
All ferry companies and ferry port terminals provide facilities for those with disabilities, with special cabins available on board some
vessels. However, passengers are recommended to inform their ferry company of any special needs prior to travelling.
Car parks are provided at the port for both short and long-term stays, with specially designated areas available for those with disabilities.
Getting to Stockholm Ferry port:
Stockholm is very well integrated into the European rail and road networks, providing efficient links to the European continent. Ferries are the main link between the country and continental Europe. The European motorway E18 leads to Oslo and motorways E20 and E6 connect with Oslo via Gothenburg. The European motorway E4 runs as far as Malm�.
Swedish State Railways is the efficient and rapid national rail carrier. Stockholm offers national and international ail links to the rest of Sweden and rest of Europe via the X2000 express. Trains also run as far as Oslo and other destinations in Norway (twice daily). The Cityterminalen, Klarabergviadukten 72, next to Central Station, is the terminus for international bus links, with Eurolines providing connections to major European centres. Locally, the metro network provides a fast and convenient way of travelling around the city of Stockholm.
Viking Line operates the ferry route from Helsinki to the port of Stockholm, which stops at Mariehamn en-route. The entire journey takes 16 hours, with the Helsinki to Mariehamn section taking 11 hours. This ferry route is serviced once daily, with departures from Helsinki port at 17:30, arriving in Marienhamn port at 4:25 and then sailing on to Stockholm ferry terminal, arriving at 9:30 the following morning. Viking line has another link to Stockholm, sailing from the Finnish port of Turku via Mariehamn and L�ngn�s to Stockholm. The total journey time is 10 hours and is serviced twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening. There is also one daily return ferry sailing from Stockholm to Marienhamn, departing at 18:00 and arriving in Marienhamn at 7:15 the following morning.
Ferry Routes from Stockholm and Ferry company operating the ferry crossings
- Stockholm to Helsinki, operated by Viking Line Ferries.
- Stockholm to Langnas, operated by Viking Line Ferries.
- Stockholm to Mariehamn, operated by Viking Line Ferries.
- Stockholm to Turku, operated by Viking Line Ferries.
Alternative Ferry Routes from Sweden:
- Karslkrona to Gdynia.
- Trelleborg to Rostock.
- Trelleborg to Sassnitz.
- Helsingborg to Puttgarden.
- Helsingborg to Rostock.
- Varberg to Grenaa.
- Gothenburg to Frederikshaven.
- Gothenburg to Kiel.
- Gothenburg to Newcastle.