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Stockholm

Stockholm portFreight ferries from Sweden to Finland, Estonia & Latvia

Stockholm ferry port is on the south-central east coast of Sweden, where the freshwater Lake Malaren flows into the Baltic Sea. The central part of the city consists of fourteen islands, and as the capital of Sweden it is a cultural, media, political and economic centre. Freight ferries regularly sail to Turku, Helskinki, Riga and Tallinn.

Ferry Routes to Stockholm

1 crossing per day
18 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
18 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
5 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
5 hour crossing
3 crossings per day
5 hour crossing
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3 crossings per day
5 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
18 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
17 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
11 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
11 hour crossing

Ferry Routes from Stockholm

1 crossing per day
17 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
17 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
7 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
7 hour crossing
3 crossings per day
7 hour crossing
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3 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
1 crossing per day
17 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
16 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
11 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
11 hour crossing

Stockholm Details

Geolocation

Tallink Silja Ferries Stockholm to Riga: Frihamnen, Frihamnsgatan 21-23, Tallink Terminal, 10 253 Stockholm, Sweden

Tallink Silja Ferries Stockholm to Helsinki/Tallinn/Turku: Värtahamnen Terminal, Södra Hamnvägen 50A, 115 74 Stockholm, Sweden

Viking Line Ferries Stockholm: Stadsgården, Tegelvikshamn, 11630 Stockholm, Sweden

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