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The most sparsely populated country in Europe, Iceland is home to many stunning landscapes, from active volcanoes, to glacial rivers, and is one of the best places on Earth to see the Northern Lights. Ferries are a popular way to get around the island, as there is not a railway system in place, as well as a good way to access the smaller islands surrounding Iceland, so book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
With up to 84 ferries running a week across 6 different routes in Iceland, there is no shortage of ferries, although this large number of ferries per week means that there is not one ferry timetable. Indeed, ferry timetables can also be affected by other factors such as seasonal changes, and other external factors, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking.
Ferry sail durations can vary to a number of factors, from ferry route, to operator, to external factors such as time of sail, so there is not one exact ferry timetable. On average, the ferry to Iceland can take anywhere between 1 hour to 2 and a half hours, so be sure to check before you sail what your expected sail time will be.
Ferry fares are defined by many different aspects, such as ferry route, seasonal affects, and how you are travelling, such as on foot or by car, so there is not one exact ferry fare. Because of this, we recommend checking out our useful fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
You can currently take your car on the Brjanslaekur to Stykkisholmur route, but not on any of the ferry routes to Flatey Island.