Finnlines

Finnlines offers a large network of regular ferry routes in the Baltic Sea, connecting Finland, Aland, Sweden, Germany and Russia.

A leading operator in the Baltic and North Seas, the company is part of one of the world's largest roll-on-roll-off ferry businesses, Grimaldi Group, who also owns Minoan Lines and Grimaldi Lines. In addition to maritime transportation, Finnlines provides excellent port services in Helsinki and Turku, which are the most important seaports in Finland.

The Finnlines fleet is modern but varied, with each ship accommodating different amounts of passengers, and has an average age of just 12 years. Every vessel has been ice-classified and purpose built for sailing in the cold, northern conditions, ensuring the comfort and safety for everyone on-board. During your journey with Finnlines, you can enjoy a trouble-free atmosphere and expect a full line of great services and facilities.

The Baltic region offers plenty of interesting and fun activities for travellers of all ages, and with Finnlines, you can explore the beautiful sceneries and exciting sights you never knew even existed.

Use directferries.com to find Finnlines timetables, prices and to book Finnlines ferry tickets. Looking for the lowest fares for your destination? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Finnlines with alternative ferry companies.

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All Finnlines routes

Finnlines Customer Reviews

  • "Returning home to UK"

    After a long journey from Northern Sweden down to Malmö we knew we had a long ferry journey but with the great service and very friendly staff our trip made for a very good experience, we will definitely be using Finnlines again!

    'Graham' travelled with Finnlines

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  • "Free food, great voyage"

    We sailed on Finnswan from Naantali, Finland to Kapellskar, Sweden which was clean and modern (built 2007). Breakfast/lunch (closed at noon) and dinner (opened just after 5pm) were free. The ship sailed 15 minutes early. Don't forget the one-hour time difference. Most of the voyage involved threading between hundreds of islands that one writer called 'stone soup'.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Finnlines

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  • "Good value for money"

    We had a great crossing with Finnlines from Malmo to Germany

    'Blair' travelled with Finnlines

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  • "I would do it again!"

    Everything was great!

    'Nelli' travelled with Finnlines

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