Ferry from STOCKHOLM

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Stockholm has connections with Tallinn (Estonia) and Langnäs and Mariehamn (Aland Islands) and Helsinki and Turku (Finland) and Riga (Latvia). The ferry lines between Stockholm and any other destination are served by 2 sailing companies that partner with NetFerry online services (Tallink | Silja Line and Viking Line) who jointly operate 113 connections per week with all day departures and sailing times shorter than 20 hr 15 min.

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STOCKHOLM to TALLINN ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
7
15hr45min
VIKING LINE
1
20hr15min
STOCKHOLM to HELSINKI ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
7
16hr15min
VIKING LINE
7
16hr15min
STOCKHOLM to TURKU ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
14
10hr30min
VIKING LINE
14
10hr35min
STOCKHOLM to LANGNÄS ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
7
6hr20min
VIKING LINE
7
6hr15min
STOCKHOLM to MARIEHAMN ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
21
5hr25min
VIKING LINE
21
5hr25min
STOCKHOLM to RIGA ferry
TALLINK | SILJA LINE
7
17hr

Port of STOCKHOLM

Stockholm has several ports but Baltic Sea passenger ferries use two terminals: Värtahamnen and Stadsgården. The Tallink Silja Line ferries depart from Värtahamnen terminal to the northeast of the centre and Viking Line ferries sail from Stadsgården, located on Södermalm island near Slussen. Both terminals have refreshments, toilets, baby change, luggage lockers, ATMs and parking available. 

Getting to and from the ferry terminal

Stockholm ferry terminals are easily reached on public transport: buses and the metro are the cheapest while the boat bus and hop-on-hop-off buses are also available. Boat buses provide transfers from both the Tallink Silja and Viking ferry terminals. The timetable depends on the season and there are only a few journeys per day. Two boat buses take you to either the Djurgården bridge on the edge of Stockholm or to the Central train station.  The Viking terminal has hop-on-hop-off buses all year round and during the summer season, there are hop-on-hop-off boats nearby at the Cruise Berth Viking Line & S167 stop. There is also city transfer-bus goes from the Tallink Silja terminal to the city centre and back via Djurgården's bridge. There is an international airport in Stockholm, connected to the city centre by coaches and local buses.  There are taxi ranks at both terminals. By car, be sure to find out which terminal you depart from and use google maps to guide you using the addresses provided below. 

Address: Värtahamnen: Hamnpirsvägen 10, 11574 Stockholm Stadsgården: Tegelvikshamn, SE-11630 Stockholm
Directions: Google Map @ Stockholm, port

FERRY OPERATORS

TALLINK | SILJA LINE
63 weekly sailings
VIKING LINE
50 weekly sailings

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Which ports are connected to STOCKHOLM?

STOCKHOLM is connected to Tallinn (Estonia) and Langnäs and Mariehamn (Aland Islands) and Helsinki and Turku (Finland) and Riga (Latvia).

Which ferry companies operate from STOCKHOLM?

The routes from STOCKHOLM are served by Tallink

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How do I get to STOCKHOLM port?

STOCKHOLM port is located on Värtahamnen: Hamnpirsvägen 10, 11574 Stockholm Stadsgården: Tegelvikshamn, SE-11630 Stockholm. Directions to the port can be found here Google Map @ Stockholm, port.

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