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Book ferries to the Faroe Islands, Denmark and Iceland with Smyril Line - Hirtshals, Torshavn and Seysdisfjordur

Please note: Smyril Line ferries cannot currently be booked through AFerry.co.uk. For a list of alternatives, please see our relevant pages for ferries to Denmark, Iceland or the Faroe Islands.

You can use AFerry.co.uk to book a Smyril Line ferry to the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Denmark. Smyril Line was established in 1982 with the aim of operating a passenger and vehicle ferry service on the North Atlantic linking Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Norway and Denmark.

You can use AFerry.co.uk to book Smyril Line ferries to Hirtshals, Torshavn and Seysdisfjordur. See below for the latest Smyril Line ferries prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed timetable with arrival and departure times.

Smyril Line Ferries Sailing Information & Ferry Times

Sorry, we don't have any sailing information or timetables at the moment. This might be because this route is seasonal or we don't sell it at the moment. For a wide range of alternatives, see our ferry routes page.

On board Smyril Line ferries

Each cabin includes a sofa bed, which is ideal for relaxing during the day, and resting at night. All cabins have en-suite facilities including a bath and WC, a TV, wardrobes, small desk, trouser press and personal fridge. All outboard cabins also have panoramic windows.

Passengers can enjoy a relaxing swim in the swimming pool or use the on board gym and sauna. There is a good selection shops and a kids play area. You will also find well positioned outboard lounges which all benefit from panoramic windows allowing you to relax and unwind with amazing views across the North Atlantic.


About Smyril Line ferries

Smyril Line always endeavour to provide the best customer experience on board. They have upgraded the wireless services on board the M/F Norrona to include GPRS, CrewSIM and WLAN. This modern wireless technology gives business travellers an opportunity to catch up with their business even while on board.


Whether you use the Smyril Line Hirtshals Seysdisfjordur ferry, the Smyril Line Seysdisfjordur Torshavn route, or the Smyril Line Torshavn Hirtshals ferry service you are bound to have a rleaxing and enjoyable journey.

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All Smyril Lines Reviews

based on 4 reviews
Smyril Lines
  • 17 August 2011
    Very nive but too expensive onboard
    • Seysdisfjordur to Hirtshals with Smyril Lines

      The food is not good for the price :(, but the journey is great.

      Review by Deboigne, Couple.

  • 24 July 2011
    Hirtshals to Seysdisfjordur with Smyril Lines
    • Hirtshals to Seysdisfjordur with Smyril Lines

      The cost of booking through aferry was £80 cheaper than booking direct. The service was very quick and easy. Arrival at Hirtshals was a little confusing due to Fjordline and Smyril using the same check-in facilities. Follow the signs, the foot passengers go to the terminal, car passengers line up at the check-in booths (huts). You are given a ticket which opens the doors to your cabin or couchette. After check-in car passengers are asked to walk to the terminal to board while the drivers load the vehicle. Make sure that the make a note of where you are parked, it can be a little difficult to find the car with so many packed in. Couchettes are at the back of the boat, levels 2. They are a little awkward to find. The bunks are tightly packed and warm. Take a sleeping bag. The shower and toilet facilities are basic but clean. Onboard there is a cinema, gym, cafe, cafeteria, restaurants, duty free shop, gaming machines and currency exchange (rate not too good). Euro accepted onboard but change given in Danish Krona. Take a book! Do not take dairy products into Iceland..Customs do check for it. Then all I can say is get out of the ferry and drive the beautiful north road..

      Review by Lincoln Pegg, Business.

  • 06 July 2011
    Overall enjoyable
    • Hirtshals to Seysdisfjordur with Smyril Lines

      I really liked the onboard sauna and gym - they weren't too busy and gave me something to do when I dind't want to sit up on deck during the long journey. My friend enjoyed the cinema and, apart from the lack of vegan food on board and places to eat your own food (other than your room) the only problem we had was the key for our couchette rarely worked easily. Staff were really friendly and helpful and always seemed happy to help. Thanks!

      Review by Emma B, With Friends.

  • 28 January 2011
    Bring Smyril back to Scotland
    • Esbjerg to Seysdisfjordur with Smyril Lines

      We loved the quirky Smyril crossing to Iceland from Scrabster, but it doesn't run anymore, which is a real shame. We loved it so much! To get a ferry/cruise to Iceland you have to drive/fly to Denmark - which we are going to do in 2011!! We have already booked online through Aferry.co.uk and will report back once we get back into the UK!! We can't wait.

      Review by Dr Aycott, Couple.

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