How long is the ferry from Finland to Sweden?
The crossing time by ferry from Finland to Sweden ranges between routes, operators and ships. Turku to Stockholm ferry on average approximately takes 10 hours 35 minutes. The distance from Turku to Stockholm is approximately 143 nautical miles.
The fastest ferry from Finland to Sweden is from Vaasa. The distance from Vaasa to Umea is 57 nautical miles (106km) with a crossing time of approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes. Wasaline offer this route with 12 sailings weekly combined.
Finland to Sweden Ferry Operators
The following operators sail from Finland to Sweden:
- Stena Line
- Tallink Silja
- Viking Line
Timetables vary depending on the ferry company. Check the latest ferry timetables between Finland and Sweden with just a few clicks using our deal finder.
What is the ferry price from Finland to Sweden?
Prices for the Finland to Sweden ferry might change depending on the season you wish to travel. Cheap ferry tickets are typically available during off peak, outside of the high season. Please visit our special offers page
to view all the latest ferry discounts.
Can I travel with a vehicle from Finland to Sweden?
The following operators accept vehicles on ferries from Helsinki - Stockholm: Tallink Silja and Viking.
Naantali - Kapellskar: Finnlines.
Not all ships will accept vehicles, check out our Deal Finder for the latest sailing availability, for traveling with vehicles.
Finland to Sweden Ferry Routes
The following routes sail between Finland to Sweden:
- Turku - Stockholm
- Helsinki – Stockholm
- Hanko – Nynashamn
- Turku – Kapellskar
- Vaasa – Umea
- Naantali - Kapellskar
Some routes are seasonal, whereas others sail year round. To get the most up to date sailing information for ferries from Finland to Sweden search in our Deal Finder.
Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe, sharing a lengthy western border with Norway and a shorter north-eastern border with Finland.
One of the European leaders for quality of life, Sweden is a beautiful nation in all aspects. The diversity of magical landscapes is one of its greatest assets, stretching from the sparse and snow-filled north, inhabited by the indigenous Sami people, to the lake-speckled central region and the high-energy, fashion-inspired capital city of Stockholm in the south.
A long Viking history has left its mark; ancient rune stones and huge burial mounds can be found throughout the country, all with their own fascinating story to tell, while the medieval cities and coastal castles add a further layer of mystery.
Sailing to Sweden by ferry is a common choice for visitors, thanks to the huge number of routes from various countries in northern Europe and Scandinavia, all operated by a wide choice of excellent ferry companies.