Port of Stockholm

Ferries and Ferry Companies Operating
(Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden)

Viking Line, Tallink and Silja Line are the three major ferry operators serving the Port of Stockholm. While just south of Stockholm, Polferries connects Sweden with Poland.

Viking Line Ferry Company

Finnish Viking Line has a fleet of seven vessels offering passenger routes.

The company provides a daily sailing between Stockholm and the Finnish destinations of Helsinki, Mariehamn, Langnas and Turku.

The Gabriella operates the Stockholm-Helsinki route. This ferry can carry 2,420 passengers and 400 cars. The Amorella and the Isabelle both operate the sailings from Stockholm to Turku and can accommodate 2,480 passengers. All vessels operating the routes are modern and built according the highest safety standards.

Onboard facilities include a variety of premier cabins to choose from. All cabins have a shower, a lavatory, a radio and are air conditioned. There is an a la carte restaurant serving Finnish cuisine, including a Scandinavian buffet. A wide range of drinks is available onboard as well a collection of fine wines. Some of the other facilities include tax-free shopping and a children's play area.

Onboard entertainment venues include a casino, a disco, a pub and a night club. There are also live performances by Finnish and international musicians.

Silja Line Ferry Company

Silja Line operates two routes from Sweden, to Helsinki and Turku. The company has a fleet of five ships sailing throughout the year. The Serenade and the Symphony sail between Stockholm and Helsinki. The Serenade was built in 1990 and can reach a maximum speed of 21.5 knots. The vessel can transport 2,852 passengers and 380 cars, while the Symphony was built in 1991 and reaches a maximum speed of 21.5 knots. It can accommodate 2,852 passengers and has space for 350 cars. The duration of the voyage from Stockholm to Helsinki is about 16 hours, 25 minutes.

The Europe sails to and from Turku and has the capacity to carry 3,013 passengers and 328 cars. The vessel can reach a speed of 21.5 knots and was built in 1993. The Festival also sails this route and was built in 1986/92 and has room for 2,023 passengers and 287 cars. The ship can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots with a sailing duration of about 10 hours, 30 minutes.

Both of these vessels provide excellent onboard facilities including an a la carte restaurant, a bistro, snack bars, live music, casino, tax-free shop, spa and a children's play area. As well, there are excellent facilities for disabled passengers.

Tallink Ferry Company

Tallink operates the Stockholm to Tallinn route on the Victoria I and the Romantica. These modern ferries can accommodate 2,500 passengers and reach a maximum speed of 22 knots. The sailing duration is approximately six hours.

The ferries have excellent passenger facilities including a restaurant, a bar, children's play area, a shop and movies shown on a big screen.

Polferries Ferry Company

The Polish ferry operator Polferries offers a route between Nynashamn, which is situated about 97 km / 60 miles south of Stockholm, and Gdansk in Poland. Polferries is Poland's largest ferry company and operates a total of four vessels.

The Scandinavia sails between Nynashamn and Gdansk. The ship was built in 1980 and can accommodate 1,808 passengers and 500 vehicles. It can reach a maximum speed of 18 knots and has a sailing time of approximately 18 hours.

Onboard facilities include bars, shops, café, restaurants and conference rooms, and a 204 seats cinema. Onboard there are dedicated cabins for disabled passengers.

Stockholm Port

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