How long is the ferry from Sweden to Finland?
The crossing time by ferry from Sweden to Finland ranges between routes, operators and ships. Stockholm to Turku ferry on average approximately takes 10 hours 30 minutes. The distance from Stockholm to Turku is approximately 143 nautical miles.
The fastest ferry from Sweden to Finland is from Grisslehamn to Eckero, with a crossing time of approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. Eckerö Linjen offer this route with 18 sailings weekly combined.
Sweden to Finland Ferry Operators
The following operators sail from Sweden to Finland:
- Stena Line
- Tallink Silja
- Viking Line
- Eckero Linjen
Timetables vary depending on the ferry company. Check the latest ferry timetables between Sweden and Finland with just a few clicks using our deal finder.
What is the ferry price from Sweden to Finland?
Prices for the Sweden to Finland 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 Sweden to Finland?
The following operators accept vehicles on ferries from Stockholm - Helsinki: Tallink Silja.
Stockholm – Turku: Viking Line.
Kapellskar – Naantali: Finnlines.
Not all ships will accept vehicles, check out our Deal Finder for the latest sailing availability, for traveling with vehicles.
Sweden to Finland Ferry Routes
The following routes sail between Sweden to Finland:
- Nynashamn to Hanko
- Stockholm to Helsinki
- Stockholm to Turku
- Kapellskar to Turku
- Stockholm to Langnas
- Stockholm to Mariehamn
- Kapellskar to Langnas
- Kapellskar to Mariehamn
- Kapellskar to Naantali
- Grisslehamn to Eckero
- Umea to Vaasa
Some routes are seasonal, whereas others sail year round. To get the most up to date sailing information for ferries from Sweden to Finland search in our Deal Finder.
Finland is a country and large peninsula in northern Europe, with Sweden to the west and Russia to the east.
‘The land of a thousand lakes’, which is actually speckled with around 187,888, is also known as ‘the land of a thousand islands’, making it one of Europe’s true great wildernesses. Also, given the vast volumes of water in Finland, it offers sublime kayaking and canoeing, too.
The capital, Helsinki sits on a large south coast harbour and is by far the most densely populated area in Finland. It boasts a fully flourished art scene alongside an innovative gastronomic culture, with highly trained chefs serving locally sourced food served in brand new eateries all over the city.
With numerous routes from Sweden across the Gulf of Bothnia, from Eastern Europe across the Gulf of Finland and from Germany across the Baltic Sea, travelling by ferry is a great way to reach the Finnish shores. These routes are operated by a wealth of excellent ferry companies, operating large fleets of luxurious vessels.