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Known for its rich history and even richer natural landscapes, Estonia is the perfect place to visit to see a diverse culture, wide ranging historical cities, and expansive forests. With up to 119 ferries a week sailing to Estonia, across 5 different routes, there is no shortage of ferries available when making your booking with Direct Ferries to see this visually stunning country.
As there are so many ferries to Estonia sailing per week, up to 119, from four different countries, Finland, Sweden, Aland, and Russia, and as they are supplied by 5 different ferry companies, it is impossible to provide a singular ferry timetable. This is especially true as ferry timetables can be affected by seasonal changes, so vary from month to month, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most recent information, to help you to make the most the most informed decision possible.
With over 119 Estonia ferries a week, running across 5 different routes, there is wide range of ferry sail times, especially as they can be affected by factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail. On average, ferry crossings can take anywhere between 2 hours, to 9 hours, to 18 hours and 30 minutes, very much depending on which route you are taking, and which ferry operator you are travelling with
How much the ferry to Estonia will cost is determined by a range of different factors, from what time of year you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, who you are travelling with, and how you are travelling, so there is not one specific ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy 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 all of the routes to Estonia, but be sure to check before you travel, as some ferry operators may not allow cars on certain routes, or at certain times of day.
I''ve been on the Serenade to travel from Helsinki to Stockholm and was very impressed: it''s like a real little city and the entertainment, food and cabin were great! Would definitely love to travel on it again...Read More Read Less
My friend and I travelled from Helsinki to Stockholm on the Symphony and from the moment we walked onto the gang plank it felt like more of a cruise, than a ferry crossing! From the massive themed atrium full of shops and "street" entertainment such as singers and jugglers, to the glass lifts which take you to your decks - it was very impressive. As cabins go they were pretty standard, had everything needed for an overnight trip and were comfortable with en-suite facilities. The staff were extremely friendly especially in the bars, they would engage you in banter whilst you waited for drinks. The buffet restaurant was amazing, had every type of food you could think of from salads, to curries to chicken fajitas and nachos! Even better than the food choice was that beer and wine was included, and was self-service! After dinner and a few cocktails in one of the bars, we went to watch the midnight show - which was fabulous, and thoroughly engaging. The disco bar goes on until dawn, where the youngster’s party continue their party! The ship was first class, had excellent facilities and I would not hesitate to travel again if I was ever back in Helsinki or Stockholm.Read More Read Less
"Hi from France"
I travelled on board the Symphony several times, everything is perfect on this beautiful ferry, many shops with professional and extremely kind staff, entertainment is high quality, cabins are very clean and well-appointed (mirrors, electrical outlets properly located, storage, very functional lighting). Everything is done to satisfy the customer and I wish to travel on board again soon. Thanks!Read More Read Less
"My first crossing"
I had been staying with friends near Helsinki who suggested going to Stockholm and staying on board the Symphony as it would be a wonderful experience. Wow! She was so spot on and on boarding I was staring open mouthed most of the time at the sheer grandure of this spectactular vessel. The cabin was great, simple but had everything we needed and the food and entertainment were great. I dont think I've ever eaten so much or enjoyed singing kareaoke so much either. I must admit I didn't get a lot of sleep but it is and experience I will never forget.Read More Read Less
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