Wasaline is a Finnish ferry company linking Vaasa, on the west coast of Finland, with Umea in Sweden, providing regular sailings across the Gulf of Bothnia.
A popular ferry route, the majority of Wasaline passengers sail between the two cities for the excellent shopping opportunities. Moreover, as a four hour crossing, it represents an affordable, reliable and relatively quick way of hopping between the Scandinavian nations, especially if driving.
Once aboard Wasa Express, you can sample excellent Nordic cuisine in three different restaurants, while gazing out to the glorious Kvarken archipelago. In terms of capacity, it can hold eight hundred and fifty passengers, while the two vehicle decks are capable of transporting four hundred and fifty cars and sixty five trucks. The ship has been in operation since 2013, so the on-board amenities easily meet the standards required by the modern day traveller: a well-stocked shop, sixty luxurious cabins fitted with their own toilet and shower, and various conference rooms accommodating up to one hundred and twenty people.
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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
All as could be expected on our crossing between Finland and Sweden thanks.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
The chairs were comfortable but they were too few. Why not offer cheaper price on the cabin as they could have been used. Power outlet when you sit and eat I would be appreciated so i can charge my phone.Read More Read Less