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Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Kapellskar Naantali route is a car and 2 passengers.
|Stockholm - Helsinki with Tallink Silja - 7 Sailings Weekly / 15 hour 55 minute crossing|
|Stockholm - Turku with Tallink Silja - 14 Sailings Weekly / 10 hour 30 minute crossing|
|Stockholm - Helsinki with Viking Line - 7 Sailings Weekly / 16 hour 20 minute crossing|
|Stockholm - Turku with Viking Line - 14 Sailings Weekly / 10 hour 35 minute crossing|
|Umea - Vaasa with Wasaline - 8 Sailings Weekly / 4 hour crossing|
The Swedish town and port of Kapellskar is located on the Baltic Sea coast, around 90 km to the north of Stockholm. The town is in Norrtalje Municipality which is in Stockholm county in east central Sweden. The municipality was created in 1971 through the amalgamation of several former municipalities and is now the largest and northernmost municipality in Stockholm County. Many of the houses in the region are summer cottages, only inhabited during summertime. This is due to its geographical location by the Stockholm archipelago, which makes it popular among Stockholmers and tourists.
It is the most northern port in "the ports of Stockholm" and is an important port for both passengers and cargo departing to destinations in Finland, Norway, Russia and the Baltics. The port is popular because it has a very short approach which makes it ideal for fast sailings and turnarounds.
The Finnish city of Naantali is located in the south west of the country and is an important tourist destination. The town encompasses a land area of 311.50 sq. km and most of this area is located on islands, although the majority of the population lives on the mainland. Most of the islands are covered with forest and farmland, while the mainland consists mainly of residential areas. It is one of the oldest towns in Finland, and was founded around the mediaeval Brigittine convent Vallis gratiae, the church which still dominates its skyline. The charter was signed by King Christopher of Sweden, the then ruler of Finland, in 1443. The convent received trading rights and other privileges, and the town around it began to grow. The town also became an important destination for pilgrimage. The name Naantali is the Fennicised version of the Swedish name of the town, Nådendal. The Swedish name was given as a direct translation from the Latin Vallis Gratiae which literally means "The Valley of Grace".