Ferry to Sweden
32 Ferry crossings from 37 Ports
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Ferry to Sweden

Book a ferry to Sweden with Direct Ferries and explore the largest country in Scandinavia with the opportunity of spending a night in a remarkable ice hotel or visiting its luxurious bathhouses. There are numerous direct ferry routes available from all over Europe including UK to Sweden as well as Poland, Finland, Denmark and Estonia, operated by 6 ferry companies all year round.

TT Line provide up to 9 sailings each day, Stena Line provide up to 20 sailings each day, Viking Line provide up to 10 sailings each day, Tallink Silja provide 7 sailings each day, Finnlines provide 6 sailings each day and Polferries provide 3 sailings each day. There are over 549 ferries arriving every week at ports across Sweden including Stockholm, Gothenburg, Trelleborg, Nynashamn and many more.

Top 5 Most Popular Ferry Routes to Sweden

Helsinki to Stockholm

Kiel to Gothenburg

Rostock to Trelleborg

Frederikshavn to Gothenburg

Langnas to Stockholm

How long is the Ferry to Sweden?

Ferries to Sweden can take between 1 hour and 45 minutes and 20 hours and 50 minutes, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

How much is the Ferry to Sweden?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

Where can I get a Ferry to Sweden?

You can get a ferry to Sweden from 11 destinations, including Aland, Denmark, Poland, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Russia, and Gotland.

Can you get a Ferry to Sweden from the UK?

You are not currently able to get a ferry from the UK to Sweden, but there are over 11 different destinations that you are able to get a ferry from. If you are looking to get a ferry to Sweden from England, you might want to consider searching for alternative routes available on our website.

Most popular questions

  • Which ferries travel to Sweden?

    Ferries to Sweden:
    • Sandefjord
    • Frederikshavn
    • Gdynia
    • Kiel
    • Rostock
    • Ventspils
    • Grenaa
    • Hanko
    • Tallinn
    • Helsinki
    • Turku
    • Langnas
    • Mariehamn
    • Travemunde
    • Klaipeda
    • Swinoujscie
    • Gdansk
    • Naantali
    • Paldiski
    • Eckero
    • Vaasa
    • Visby
  • What is the fastest ferry to Sweden?

    The fastest ferry crossing to Sweden is via the Eckero to Grisslehamn route, with a crossing time of approximately 2h.
  • What is the cheapest ferry to Sweden?

    The cheapest ferry to Sweden is £21 from Sandefjord to Stromstad.
  • What are the ferry ports in Sweden?

    Sweden Ferry Ports:
    • Stromstad
    • Gothenburg
    • Karlskrona
    • Trelleborg
    • Nynashamn
    • Halmstad
    • Stockholm
    • Kapellskar
    • Karlshamn
    • Ystad
    • Malmo
    • Grisslehamn
    • Umea
    • Oskarshamn
    • Vastervik
  • Can you take pets on the ferry to Sweden?

    Yes, you can bring your pets onboard the ferries. Where pets are allowed on the ferries depends on the ferry company. Currently you can bring pets on ferries with
    • Fjord Line
    • Stena Line
    • Color Line
    • Tallink Silja
    • TT Line
    • Viking Line
    • Polferries
    • Finnlines
    • Unity Line
    • Ecker√∂ Linjen
    • Wasaline
    • Destination Gotland

Sweden reviews

  • "Trip from Turku to Stockholm"

    Went to directferries.fr to book our night crossing between Turku and Stockholm. The crossing changed after we had booked it, but fortunately directferries informed us before the trip. On arrival at Turku, no problem at all. The ferry was very nice on board with shower and toilet in our double cabin. Loads of restaurants and shops, a disco and wifi too. All in all very pleased and will use directferries for our next trip abroad.

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  • "Mini-cruise"

    Nice relaxing time spent aboard a ferr for a winter crossing.

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  • "Trip to Gothenburg"

    The facilities and boat staff were exceptional, treated us great. Cleanliness could beimproved (the floor was stick), but with so little time between loading and unloading of passengers must be quite difficult. Otherwise phenomenal.

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  • "Amazing time!"

    The food was great, the entertainment was amazing, and the service was wonderful. My only complaint was that the cabins were a bit on the small side. Would definitely do this trip again.

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