Book your ferry from MARIEHAMN to TALLINN with NetFerry!
Are you organizing a vacation to Estonia? Search for the best ferry from Mariehamn to Tallinn by comparing prices online with NetFerry NetFerry can help you find out which ferry operators cover routes to Tallinn departing from Mariehamn and all related timetables, prices and duration.
The ferry route between Mariehamn and Tallinn is covered by our partner Tallink Silja Line who offer 4 weekly connections with traveling times not exceeding 9 hr 15 min (evening departures). Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. Once on board, you will find bars, shops and self service restaurants to make your crossing more relaxing and comfortable. Cabin accommodation allows you to rest with peace of mind.
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MARIEHAMN TALLINN offers
Discounts for passengers under 17 years old
Tallink Silja Lines has special discounts for infants (0-5) children (6-11) and teenagers (12-17). The discount is applied automatically on our online booking system.
Port of MARIEHAMN
Mariehamn is part of Sweden’s Aland Islands, situated off the coast, in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland. Mariehamn ferry terminal is close to the centre of town and contains a tourist information centre during the summer, lockers to store things, toilets a waiting lounge and theTaxi station and bus stops are right outside the terminal. Getting to and from the ferry terminal On foot it takes less 15 minutes to reach the terminal building, just walk down the main high street towards the sea and then turn left and walk along the coast for five minutes. By car, it takes less ... [More information]
Address: Hamnkontoret, hamnplan 22100 Mariehamn
Directions: Google Map @ Mariehamn, port
Guide of TALLINN
Tallinn is a charming city on the Baltic Sea and the capital of Estonia. Here is an interesting fact about Tallinn; chimney sweeps in the city still wear 19th-century uniforms and if you come across one, be sure to touch his brass buttons, legend has it that this brings good luck! The city is a great place to explore architecture, history and art, but surprisingly also has some pleasant beaches nearby. A brief history of Tallinn Established in the 10th century, on a site known as Lindanise, by the 13th century, the Danish had created a fortified city called Reval, which was Tallinn's nam... [More information]
4 weekly sailings - Duration: 9 hours 15 minutes
Ship: Baltic Queen