Port of Stockholm

Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden)

The Port of Stockholm is one of the major ports in Scandinavia. It is a major gateway into Sweden and is used by holidaymakers and businessmen alike. The port is central for freight and passenger sailing from Sweden to Finland, Russia and the Baltic States.

An information desk can be found at the port, along with an immigration office and other limited facilities.

The centre of Stockholm can be easily reached by foot and provides a number of dining and shopping and business facilities

Disabled passengers will find excellent facilities at the ferry terminals and on board the ferries, including specially designed cabins. If assistance is required pre-boarding, this should be mentioned at the time of booking.

Ferry Services

Viking Line Ferries is the principal ferry operator serving the Finnish destinations. The company provides sailings between Stockholm and Helsinki, Langnas, Mariehamn and Turku. There is one daily sailing to Helsinki, which takes approximately 16 hours, with a stop in Mariehamn en-route.

There is a single daily sailing to Turku, which has a crossing of approximately 10 hours, 30 minutes. Silja Line also offers a crossing on this route, taking 12 hours. Tallink operates one daily sailing between Stockholm and Estonia's capital, Tallinn. Crossing time is approximately 6 hours.

Nynashamn Port is just south of Stockholm. It is the sunniest corner of Stockholm. From here you will find three daily voyages to Gdansk in Poland. The route is operated by Polferries and crossing time is approximately 18 hours.

Contact Port of Stockholm:
Address: Port of Stockholm, Magasin 2, Frihamnen, Box 27 314, SE-102 54 Stockholm, Sweden, SE
Tel: + 46 (0)8 670 26 00
Fax: +46 (0)8 670 26 55
Email: use website enquire form
Stockholm Port

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