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Sea Travel

Getting to Iceland by sea is an easy and enjoyable way to travel with services available via Smyril Line Ferry and the numerous cruise ships sailing to Iceland.

Travelling with the Smyril Line Ferry is a unique opportunity to rest and socialise during the crossing of the Atlantic to the North. This wonderful form of travel allows you to bring your car, motorcycle or caravan with you to enjoy on your holiday in Iceland. The ferry operates a weekly summer service from Denmark, stopping in the Faeroe Islands and Seydisfjördur – a picturesque fishing village on the east coast of Iceland. Note that this service is limited during the winter months.

Iceland has also become one of the most popular cruise destinations in the North Atlantic. Most of the cruise ships sailing to Reykjavik are on itineraries from Europe or North America.

Ferries in Iceland

Here are the ferries that operate in Iceland: 

Vestmannaeyjar - Landeyjarhöfn

Herjólfur
Sails between Vestmannaeyjar and Landeyjahöfn
Operator:
Eimskip
Korngörðum 2
104 Reykjavík
S: 525 7000 
See: Herjólfur

Stykkish. - Brjánslækur

Baldur
Sails between Stykkishólmur, Flatey and Brjánslækur
Operator:
Sæferðir ehf.
Smiðjustíg 3,
340 Stykkishólmur
S: 438-1450 
See: Baldur

Ísafjörður - Djúp

Bliki
Sails between Ísafjörður Vigur and Æðey
Operator:
Sjóferðir H & K ehf.
Hjallavegur 7,
400 Ísafjörður
S: 456-3879
See: Sjóferðir

Dalvík - Grímsey - Hrísey

Sæfari
Siglir milli Grímseyjar og Dalvíkur
Rekstraraðili:
Landflutningar-Samskip
Tryggvabraut 5,
600 Akureyri
S: 464-0000 
See: Sæfari

Hrísey - Árskógssandur

Sævar
Sails between Hrísey and Árskógarsandur
Operator:
Eyjafar ehf.
Ráðhúsinu v/Hólabraut,
630 Hrísey
See: Hríseyjarferjan Sævar

Mjóifjörður - Neskaupstaður

1. October - 31. May
From: Mjóifjörður  Neskaupstaður
Mondays:  kl. 10:00 kl. 12:30
Thursdays: kl. 10:00 kl. 12:30

       If passengers wish, the stop can be longer, e.g. to 14:00

Boat
Björgvin 

Sími: 8494797/
8494790