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"Nice scenery and a great ferry"
We started our journey in Vasa, had booked two days in advance, car, caravan and four people. The loading went well and the system seemed to work well too. Bought dinner so soon restaurant / cafe opened. The food was ok, as was also the price.Read More Read Less
"Trip with my Motorbike"
Took my bike on the ferry and wasn't impressed with the way the tied it down, but otherwise all was fine.Read More Read Less
To go by Wasa Line is convenient for me, a quick movement from Vaasa to Umeå with the car on board. Good food and friendly staff made the trip enjoyable. I could rest and relax before continuing the journey on the other side.Read More Read Less
"Successful trip - good experience"
Very easy online and accessible information about the crossing. In addition, information was provided to clarify the time of departure and registration. Easy and fast check-in for car passengers at the port. Embarkation and disembarkation quickl enough. Staff all clear and understandable. Aboard the ferry i encountered a comfortable atmosphere and food was of a good quality and affordable.Read More Read Less
The Vaasa Umea ferry route connects Finland with Sweden. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Wasaline. The crossing operates up to 8 times each week with sailing durations from around 3 hours 30 minutes.
Vaasa Umea sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
The Finnish city of Vaasa is located on the west coast of the country and has a history that dates back to 1606 when it received its charter during the reign of Charles IX of Sweden. The city's name is taken from the Royal House of Vasa and although a Finnish city, many of the city's residents speak both Finnish and Swedish. The city is rightly regarded as being the cultural hub of the region as it has around 20 museums, a number of art galleries and a city orchestra. Popular events with tourists in the city are the Vaasa Choir Festival, the Korsholm Music Festival, the Jorma Panula Conducting Competition and Vaasa's popular Night of the Arts. Also in the city is the Terranova, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that introduces people to the Kvarken Archipelago. There is a nature trail which includes the Ojbergsmossen bog, a giant pot hole, a 'devils field' and a dwarf pine covered meteorite crater.
There are 8 sailings each week from the town's port to Umea with a crossing time of around 4 hours.
The Swedish city of Umea is located in the north of Sweden and lies on the banks of the Ume River. The city is the seat of Umea Municipality and is the capital of Vasterbotten County. The city is situated around 600 km to the north of Stockholm and about 400 km to the south of the Artic Circle. It is a university city and centre of education, technical and medical research in Sweden and is home to two universities and nearly 40,000 students. The city was elected as the European Capital of Culture of 2014, and a popular attraction is the brand new Bildmuseet which is located by the Ume River, at the Umea Arts Campus. This award winning building has seven floors which is full of contemporary art, photography, architecture and design.
From the town's port there are 8 sailing a week to Vaasa with a crossing time of around 4 hours.